GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
FOR COMPONENT [circled with arrow to discussion] AND ALTERNATIVE DEVELOPMENT
1. Design Criteria Corresponding to Component Development.
["worst condition" above] Level of Service Year 2000 Year 2010 Minimum Speed Design Typical Section
A. Maintain status quo (no build) D/E E 25 Exisiting
B. Spot improvements D/E E 25 Exisiting
C. Widening along Existing Align D D/E 25 Modified Standard
D. Widening and improving exisiting align D D 35-40 ["40" circled with a question mark "?"] Modified Standard
[Each letter is circled and connected] options for any particular road section
General goals + guidelines:
2. Develop means to control adverse impacts to visual quality, water quality, soil, vegetation and aesthetic values.
3. Avoid Logan River channel changes and protect natural stream characteristics by keeping construction work in the River to an absolute minimum.
4. Landscape disturbed areas to restore aesthetics.
5. Establish guidelines to control runoff on cut and fill slopes and road surface to minimize erosion and silting of Logan River.
6. Develop guidelines to stabilize soil and restore ground cover on disturbed areas including control of noxious weeds.
7. Ensure that any new drainage structures will handle peak flows.
8. Provide protection of existing and potential recreation sites from undue impacts and maintain suitable access to special use areas, fisherman and photographer turnouts, and recreation sites.
9. Provide suitable access into the highway at the road junctions, campgrounds, recreation sites, and scenic overlooks.
10. Establish means to treat any abandoned road sections by sculpturing and revegetating to restore to a near natural condition.
11. Identify suitable locations for roadside turnouts and parking areas.
12. Identify methods to mitigate any encroachment damage to fisheries and wildlife habitat.
13. Provide for access from the Cottonwood Parking Area to the Logan Canyon Cave.
14. Provide for improved access and parking at Ricks Spring.
15. Protect tree overhang without creating a road hazard.
16. Identify locations for disposal of surplus material from road cuts.
17. Establish guidelines to provide for public safety in location, design, and construction operations.
18. Keep highway guardrailing to a minimum consistent with public safety.
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