Recent Progress & Events
Syracuse Doesn’t Need a New Freeway
UDOT is proposing to to overbuild, and as a result, diminish our way of life and divide our city.
Many of us in Syracuse have been fighting the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and their proposed West Davis Corridor to reconsider their freeway proposal. As it stands right now, this “Highway” is not necessary and will permanently change the rural nature of West Davis County.
UDOT has worked diligently on a public relations campaign to convince city leaders and West Davis County residents and communities that a new four-lane freeway is necessary to improve local transportation, and no other options will work.
However, the facts, independent experts, and the residents of West Davis County recognize that in reality, the following information is true. Read more
What We Want
- A safe community feel
- Open space/green space – a walkable community
- Well planned and buffered facilities and services
- A community for the citizens, by the citizens
What we don’t want
- A Divided City
- Compromised Safety
- Invasive Traffic and Noise
- Closed access to open space and parks
Our group has been actively involved in soliciting feedback on the proposed West Davis Corridor. Many citizens are surprised when they hear of the scope and size of the proposed freeway. The west side of Davis County needs a road, but we don’t need what …
As it stands right now, UDOT’s preferred route would result in an unnecessary “Highway” that will permanently change the rural nature of West Davis County. UDOT has worked diligently on a public relations campaign to convince city leaders and West Davis County residents and communities …
Did you see a sign? If you are coming to this site you likely have noticed a sign or two in your neighbors yard, along the roadway, or some other spot in our city. We hope that you have come here with an interest of …
Back in September 2011 UDOT came out with what we were told was the two final options for the West Davis Corridor in Syracuse. One was an option that went out West (option A) and crossed Antelope Dr. at about 4200 West. Option B was …
We want a better Syracuse. One that isn’t far from what we see today. We want the city to be amenable to the residents who live here, with an understanding of what the future holds. But to do so, takes vision. A vision that keeps …