House Majority Leader Mike Schultz, R-Hooper, is sponsoring HB433, which would authorize the issuance of $1.4 billion in bonds for transportation and transit projects, plus nearly $823 million in one-time general fund revenues.
Schultz’s bill would pump $621.3 million for land acquisition, construction, reconstruction or renovation of a slew of other projects that have been prioritized by the Utah Transportation Commission, including:
- A connector road between Main Street and 1600 North in Vineyard.
- Geneva Road from University Parkway to 1800 South.
- The state Route 97 interchange at 5600 South on I-15.
- Two lanes on S.R. 111 from Herriman Parkway to 11800 South.
- Widening of I-15 between mileposts 10 and 13 and the interchange at mile
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