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The potential east-west transit corridors are concepts only. These corridors may or may not be proposed for future development. Further study is necessary before one primary east-west route is defined. Contact the Planning Department with questions and feedback at (385) 201-1030.
Utah County and Lehi City, in cooperation with the Utah Department of Transportation, are conducting an environmental study to evaluate the potential impacts of the proposed Jordan River/Murdock Connector Trail from Thanksgiving Way to the Jordan River Parkway Trail in Lehi. This section of trail would provide a continuous connection to regional and local trail systems
If you would like to learn more about this study, click on the links below.
The comment period has now closed for the Jordan River/Murdock Connector Trail Study. If you have any questions or would like to discuss this study with a study team member, call the public information team at 801.995.0017, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lehi City, in cooperation with the Traverse Mountain Trails Association, is planning and building natural surface trails in Lehi’s Traverse Mountains. The trails will include hiking only, mountain biking only, and multi-use trails for hiking, biking, running, and equestrian. No motorized vehicles are permitted on Lehi City public open space. Users are required to stay on marked trails, as some will run through private property, via a trail easement. The Sensei trail, a 5-mile multi-use trail, is currently open for use with many others in planning or construction phase.
For more information see the approved concept plan and narrative below: