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Utah

 
STATE
REPORT
SUBMIT
$ AMOUNT
APPORTION
$ AMOUNT
OBLIGATED

OBLIG %
Utah 36192 $7,596,481 $2,290,022 30.1%
$ PROJECT
AMOUNT
PROJECT
TYPE
PROJECT
DESCRIPTION
VOC**
(KG/DAY)
CO**
(KG/DAY)
NOX**
(KG/DAY)
PM-10**
(KG/DAY)
$214,429 Shared Ride Park and Ride Lot (6200 South at 3000 East ) Salt Lake 4 43 5  
$13,327 Shared Ride Park and Ride Lot (6200 South at 950 East ) Salt Lake 2 19 2  
$4,662 Shared Ride Park and Ride Lot (I-15 at 5600 South) Ogden 17 180 26  
$1,266,108 Traffic Flow Regional Traffic Management System for the Salt Lake Area: This project evaluates traffic management needs in the Salt Lake area to reduce congestion and auto emissions by improving traffic flow 3364 322 417  
$4,662 Traffic Flow Salt Lake County Southeast Quadrant Canyon Information System: This project will design and construct a variable message sign system for the southeast corner of Salt Lake County serving the recreational canyon areas 19 2 0  
$175,829 Traffic Flow Ogden Traffic Signal Coordination Roy City Area: This project will identify and evaluate a coordinated signal system for traffic management needs in the Roy City area to reduce congestion and auto emissions by improving traffic flow. 34 3 5  
$320,000 Demand Mgmt Salt Lake/Ogden Areas. Regional Traffic Demand Management for the Salt Lake Area: This project consists of rideshare maching activities, vanpool matching and van pool lease programs. 364 322 417  
$15,144 Ped/Bike Sunnyside Ave Bike Lane Salt Lake: This project will provide for the design of a ClassII bike route near the University of Utah family housing and a large high school. The project will extend the existing route on 800 South. The project corridor is identi 0 3 0  
$100,000 Traffic Flow Salt Lake Incident Management: This project will provide for the expansion of the existing program. The expansion is for an over-the-road incident specialist and a responsive vehicle. 12 112 4  
$125,861 Other Utah County Remote Sensing Network. Utah County will be implementing a system of remote sensing equiptment to detect gross emitters and ultimately repair those automobiles.   10224    
$50,000 Transit Travel Demand Management-Car pool matching: Purchase 10 Van pool vans for business in Utah County over the five year period, $100,000 per year.   20    
$ AMOUNT
APPORTION
$ AMOUNT
OBLIGATED

OBLIG %
Totals $1,140,126,664 $682,559,020 59.9%
Updated: 07/06/2011
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