Transportation Studies

MAG, as the Metropolitan Planning Organization for urban Utah County, partners with local jurisdictions as well as state and federal agencies to study the transportation needs of the growing region. Studies are used to identify transportation needs, secure funding, and to ultimately construct the future transportation network. Studies inform stakeholders and decision-makers and help to direct planning efforts.

utah county regional grid study

An interactive tool for planners to create a connected regional highway system.

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West Traverse Mountain Compatability Area Study

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central corridor

Evaluation of high-frequency transit along State St from Lehi to Provo.

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Connecting wasatch transit

Studying transit needs of Wasatch County and connections to Summit and Utah counties.

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north lakeshore area

Study transportation in cities on the northern part of Utah Lake.

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Northwest utah valley transit

An analysis of service options for public transportation in the communities of Eagle Mountain and Saratoga Springs

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south valley transit

Choosing rail, bus, and other solutions connecting south Utah County to the Provo FrontRunner Station.

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The purpose of the Road and Transit Cost Study is to provide agencies, policy makers, and the public with clear, neutral information on relative transportation costs as they discuss transportation options and trade-offs.

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Archived Studies Coming Soon!