Planners with the Mountainland Association of Governments (MAG) took a look thirty years into the future and studied what transportation improvements would need to take place in the Springville, Spanish Fork, and Mapleton areas.
The efforts were part of a MAG Area Transportation Facilities Study. To view completed study, click here.
The study focused on four hot spots in the Springville-Spanish Fork-Mapleton area.
The study considered a new interchange with I-15 and Center Street in Spanish Fork; a new interchange with I-15 and 1600 South in Springville; a new 1600 South roadway in Springville; and the location of a new commuter rail station in Spanish Fork. The projects would meet the following anticipated needs:
Utah County's population is expected to double to more than one million people by 2040 and transportation planners are planning the for future now.
The study provides sufficient information for planners and engineers to propose projects or a series of projects for funding consideration. You can read the full study here.