locally preferred alternative

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Motion Sheet CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY

TO:

City Council Members

FROM: Russell Weeks Public Policy Analyst DATE:

May 2, 2013

RE:

MOTION SHEET – SUGAR HOUSE STREETCAR: LOCALLY PREFERRED ALTERNATIVE

MOTION 1 I move that the Council adopt the joint resolution adopting the locally preferred alternative recommended in the Sugar House Streetcar Phase 2 Alternatives Analysis Draft Report. The resolution describes the locally preferred alternative as a route continuing “along the Sugarmont corridor, then through Simpson Avenue to Highland Drive and turning north along Highland Drive, turning onto 1100 East, until 1700 South, within the City owned right of way.” The motion is recommended by Mayor Ralph Becker’s Administration.

MOTION 2 I move that the City Council consider the next item on the agenda. The motion would end City Council consideration of extending a streetcar line beyond the Phase 1 terminus on McClelland Street.

MOTION 3 I move that the City Council take no action on this matter until a comprehensive, city-wide transit plan is adopted. CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY 451 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM 304 P.O. BOX 145476, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5476



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The motion would delay action on determining a locally preferred alternative until a comprehensive, city-wide transit plan is adopted by the City Council.

MOTION 4 I move that the City Council adopt as the locally preferred alternative a route continuing along the Sugarmont corridor to Highland Drive and terminating there until a comprehensive, city-wide transit plan is adopted. The motion includes only the first phase of the recommended locally preferred alternative. Other sections of the recommended locally preferred alternative would be determined by a comprehensive, city-wide transit plan.

MOTION 5 I move that the City Council adopt as the locally preferred alternative a route continuing along the Sugarmont corridor then through Simpson Avenue to Highland Drive and turning north along Highland Drive to 1100 East and terminating there until a comprehensive, city-wide transit plan is adopted. This motion includes the first and second phases of the recommended locally preferred alternative. . Other sections of the recommended locally preferred alternative would be determined by a comprehensive, citywide transit plan.

MOTION 6 I move that the City Council adopt as the locally preferred alternative a route continuing along the Sugarmont corridor then through Simpson Avenue to Highland Drive and turning north along Highland Drive to 1100 East, and along 2100 South and terminate near 1700 East. The motion would designate 2100 South Street as the third section of the locally preferred alternative.

MOTION 7 I move that the City Council adopt as the locally preferred alternative a route continuing along the Sugarmont corridor to Highland Drive, turning north along Highland Drive to Wilmington Avenue, turning east on Wilmington to 1300 East, turning north on 1300 East to 2100 South, and turning east on 2100 South to 1700 East. The motion would replace the second section of the recommended locally preferred alternative with a route up Wilmington Avenue to avoid potential conflicts with auto traffic on 2100 South west of the intersection of 1300 East 2100 South.

MOTION 8 I move that the City Council adopt as the locally preferred alternative a route continuing along the Sugarmont corridor to Highland Drive, turning north on Highland Drive, proceeding either to 1100 East or Wilmington Avenue and following either route to a termi