Corridor Preservation Fund
Utah State law allows Counties of the First Class (Salt Lake County only) to levy a $10 vehicle registration fee, $3 of which is then placed into the Salt Lake County Local Corridor Preservation Fund. The Local Highway and Transportation Corridor Preservation Fund shall only be used to preserve a highway or public transit corridor that is right-of-way. Corridor preservation corridors may include active transportation projects provided that they are associated with a road.
The Salt Lake County Council of Governments (COG) has the responsibility to review applications for monies from the Fund from the various jurisdictions within Salt Lake County. Upon approval by the COG, these applications are submitted to the Salt Lake County Council for their ratification.
Tools & Techniques
Eligible Projects & Requirements
Policies & Definitions
Regionally Significant Definition
Regionally significant project means a transportation project that is on a facility which serves regional transportation needs, such as access to and from the area outside of the region, major activity centers in the region, major planned developments such as new retail malls, sports complexes, etc., or transportation terminals, including at a minimum all principal arterial highways.
If you have questions regarding the Corridor Preservation Fund, contact Helen Peters at email@example.com 385-468-4860.