Utah Transportation Commission
Utah’s transportation commissioners are appointed by the governor and serve as part of an independent advisory committee. The group prioritizes projects and decides how funds are spent.
November 13, 2020 Commission Meeting
The November 2020 meeting of the Utah Transportation Commission will be conducted electronically and will only be accessible by electronic means; there will not be space or facilities to attend the open portions of the meetings in-person, as the Chairman has determined that an anchor location presents a substantial risk to the health and safety of those who may be present at the anchor location due to the on-going state-of-emergency related to the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19. The Chairman has determined that an anchor location will gather interested persons and members of the public in a single, confined location where the risks of further spreading COVID-19 are greater. Interested parties may access a live broadcast of the meetings at youtube.com/UtahDOT.
November 13, 2020 Commission Meeting Public Comments
The following options are available to make public comment to the Transportation Commission for the November 13, 2020 Commission Meeting:
Written Comments – Submit written comments via email to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the meeting or any time until the Public Comments item on the meeting agenda is completed. Comments will be presented to the Transportation Commission by a UDOT employee and included in the meeting minutes.
Audio / Video File Comments – Submit audio or video file comments via email to email@example.com 24 hours prior to the meeting. Audio and video file comments will be played into the meeting for consideration by the Transportation Commission.
Live Comments – Anyone wanting to make a live comment during the meeting must contact Heather Barthold at firstname.lastname@example.org 24 hours prior to the meeting for more information on how to connect to the meeting electronically
Public Comment Considerations:
- Submitted comments must include full name and who is being represented, if applicable.
- Comments are requested to be no longer than 5 minutes; longer comments may not be presented during the meeting.
- Multiple comments addressing the same topic may be summarized for presentation to the Commission and attached in their entirety to the meeting minutes.
2021 Draft Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
Process – Programs – Projects – Submit Comment
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STIP Links - Draft STIP - Public Comment Form
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