The Cache Valley Area Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) is the long-range transportation plan for the Logan Urbanized Area and the Utah portion of the greater Cache Valley area. The plan identifies specific projects that will be needed to meet the transportation demands of the region. The RTP identifies future transportation investments for all modes.
The purpose of Envision Cache Valley is to create a long-term vision that will ensure a high quality of life in Cache Valley for years to come. Envision Cache Valley will do this by engaging the citizens of Cache and Franklin Counties in a facilitated conversation about growth, gathering their ideas, employing sound data and scenario analysis, and outlining publicly supported principles to guide future land use and transportation decisions.
The purpose of the Cache Valley South Corridor Development Plan is to provide a framework for the physical development of private and public land within the Hwy 89/91 South Corridor area. The plan is intended to guide future growth and development in the corridor for years to come.
As the state population increases, travel demand in Utah will grow and continue to pose significant demands on the transportation system. Utah faces the substantial challenge of meeting travel demands with limited financial resources to maintain, preserve, improve, and expand transportation infrastructure. To coordinate these demands, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization (Cache MPO), Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC), Mountainland Association of Governments (MAG), and the Dixie Metropolitan Planning Organization (Dixie MPO) have developed Utah’s Unified Transportation Plan 2011-2040.