The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is preparing a State Environmental Study (SES) to evaluate potential improvements to Antelope Drive in Syracuse. The future West Davis Corridor will intersect Antelope Drive near the Syracuse Arts Academy. The SES will evaluate the capacity, connectivity, and safety needs for Antelope Drive near this new interchange. The preliminary design of the WDC/Antelope Drive interchange may also be reevaluated.
HOW IS THIS DIFFERENT FROM WEST DAVIS CORRIDOR (WDC)? WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THIS STUDY?
This study is focused on identifying potential improvements to Antelope Drive from 2000 West to 4500 West. The WDC EIS was an extensive study that looked at developing a 20-mile long system-to-system network to connect I-15 with the west side of Davis County.
WHEN WILL THIS BE CONSTRUCTED?
Construction funding is not currently available. If funding becomes available, the project could be constructed by late 2020 at the earliest.
SR-193 ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is preparing a State Environmental Study (SES) to evaluate a potential extension of SR-193 in Syracuse and West Point. SR-193 currently ends at 3000 West. Through this study, UDOT will evaluate alternatives for extending the road to the west, providing connectivity to the future West Davis Corridor and potentially connecting to 4500 West.
WHAT IS THIS PROJECT STUDYING? HOW IS THIS DIFFERENT FROM THE WEST DAVIS CORRIDOR?
This study is focused on evaluating potential extension of SR-193 in Syracuse and West Point, which currently terminates at 3000 West. The purpose of this study is to connect SR-193 to other state roads, including providing connectivity to the future West Davis Corridor and potentially connecting to 4500 West.