Utah taxpayers may need to spend billions of dollars to control rapid growth around Point of Mountain
“A report says expensive improvements to transit, highways — and encouraging high-density housing — may be needed to prevent congestion and pollution, and to attract marquee businesses.. . .Ari Bruening, chief operating officer of Envision Utah, also warns that doing nothing could create a mess — as shown by a scenario in which the state only completes currently planned and funded highway projects for the area.”
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Sure is empty down here...