Kristin Murphy, Deseret News
CENTERVILLE — The city will host an open house to discuss and receive feedback on transportation plans that affect Centerville.
The open house is 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 250 N. Main. The Wasatch Front Regional Council, Utah Transit Authority, Utah Department of Transportation and the Centerville city engineer will answer questions about the plans.
The council and UTA will explain the 2015-2040 Draft Regional Transportation Plan, including the mass transit and highway projects affecting Centerville. The plan and several maps can be found on the WFRC.org website.
UDOT will explain the I-15 Express Lane Project, including the pedestrian bridge that will go over I-15 adjacent to Parrish Lane, to be completed by 2015.
The Centerville engineer will answer questions about the Main and Parrish Intersection Project, scheduled to occur this spring, and take feedback on other intersections in the city that may be of concern to residents.
There will be a regular City Council meeting following the open house.
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