Utah’s transportation agencies have been working together to develop an initial set of shared performance measures that could be used in evaluating the success of the Utah Unified Plan to achieve the benefits discussed previously. As trusted stewards of public funds, Utah’s transportation agencies seek to show how the investments outlined in the Unified Plan make the overall transportation system better.
This is a “3-C” planning process of continuing, comprehensive, and cooperative planning for the multi-modal transportation network in Utah. These goals and measures reflect the unique collaboration occurring in Utah.
Each agency agreed to a set of joint goals to ensure the statewide transportation network functions as an integrated system rather than independent road, transit, bike and pedestrian networks:
- Economic Vitality
- State of Good Repair / Preservation of Infrastructure
- Air Quality
- Mobility and Accessibility