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S.B. 176 Enrolled
AN ACT RELATING TO HIGHWAYS; REQUIRING INTERIM STUDY OF HIGHWAY
JURISDICTION AND FUNDING; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND PROVIDING
A REPEAL DATE.
This act enacts uncodified material.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
Section 1. Interim committee study -- Highway transfers and funding.
(1) The Transportation Interim Committee shall review, make recommendations, report,
and propose legislation on the following issues during the 1998 interim:
(a) the appropriate allocation of highways between state and local jurisdictions;
(b) the appropriate distribution of funding resources between state and local jurisdictions
for any changes in highway jurisdiction; and
(c) other related issues of interest to the committee.
(2) The Transportation Interim Committee shall recommend and propose legislation
creating a new state highway system, based on its modifications, if any, to the following list of
proposed state highways:
(a) SR-6. From the Utah-Nevada state line easterly through Delta and Tintic Junction to
the northbound ramps of the North Santaquin Interchange of I-15; then beginning again at I-15 at
the Moark Connection Interchange in Spanish Fork easterly through Spanish Fork Canyon and
Price to I-70 west of Green River.
(b) SR-9. From I-15 at Harrisburg Junction easterly to the Zion National Park south
boundary; then beginning again at the Zion National Park east boundary to Route 89 at Mt.
(c) SR-12. From Route 89 at Bryce Canyon Junction easterly to Route 63 near Bryce
(d) SR-15 also known as Interstate 15 or I-15. From the Utah-Arizona state line north to
the Utah-Idaho state line.
(e) SR-28. From Route 89 in Gunnison northerly through Levan to the southbound on- and
off-ramps of I-15 at the South Nephi Interchange.
(f) SR-36. From the junction of Route 112 in Tooele north to I-80 at the Tooele-Grantsville
(g) SR-40. From I-80 at Silver Creek Junction southerly through Heber City then easterly
through Vernal and Jensen to the Utah-Colorado state line.
(h) SR-50. From Route 6 in Delta southeasterly to Holden, then northerly to I-15; then
beginning again at I-15 near Scipio, then easterly to Main Street in Scipio, then south on Main Street
to Center Street in Scipio, then southeasterly to the junction with Route 89 in Salina.
(i) SR-70 also known as Interstate 70 or I-70. From I-15 near Cove Fort east to the
Utah-Colorado state line.
(j) SR-80 also known as Interstate 80 or I-80. From the Utah-Nevada state line east to the
Utah-Wyoming state line.
(k) SR-84 also known as Interstate 84 or I-84. From the Utah-Idaho state line to I-15 at the
Tremonton Interchange; then from I-15 near Roy to I-80 near Echo.
(l) SR-89. From the Utah-Arizona state line westerly to Kanab, then northerly to the
junction with I-70 near Sevier Junction; then beginning again at the junction with I-70 south of
Salina, then northerly through Salina, Gunnison, and Mt. Pleasant to the junction with Route 6 at
Thistle Junction; then beginning again at the junction with Route 6 at Moark Junction northerly to
Route 77 at 400 South in Springville; then beginning again at the junction with I-15 at Lagoon
Junction northerly to I-84 at Uintah Junction; then beginning again at the Box Elder county line
northerly to Route 91 near the south city limits of Brigham City; then beginning again at the junction
with 1500 East in Logan northeasterly to Garden City, then north to the Utah-Idaho state line.
(m) SR-91. From I-15 south of Brigham City, easterly through Brigham Canyon to 3200
South near Logan; then beginning again at 400 South in Smithfield to the Utah-Idaho state line.
(n) SR-163. From the Utah-Arizona state line northeasterly to Route 191.
(o) SR-189. From the junction of 800 North in Orem and University Avenue in Provo
through Provo Canyon to Route 40 south of Heber.
(p) SR-191. From the Utah-Arizona state line northerly through Blanding and Moab to I-70
at Crescent Junction; then beginning again at Route 6 north of Helper northerly through Indian
Canyon to Route 40 at Duchesne; then beginning again at Route 40 at Vernal northerly through
Dutch John to the Utah-Wyoming state line.
(q) SR-196. From Route 199 near the control gate at Dugway Proving Grounds northerly
via the Skull Valley Road to the west bound on and off ramps of Route 80 at the Rowley Junction
(r) SR-215 also known as Interstate 215 or I-215. From a junction with I-80 near the mouth
of Parley's Canyon southwesterly to near the south city limits of Murray, junctioning with I-15, then
northwesterly, northerly, and easterly to a junction with I-15 north of Salt Lake City.
(s) SR-666. From Route 191 in Monticello east to the Utah-Colorado state line.
(3) The Transportation Interim Committee may request approval from the Legislative
Management Committee for additional committee meetings or for the creation of subcommittees
needed to complete the highway transfer and funding study.
Section 2. Effective date.
If approved by two-thirds of all the members elected to each house, this act takes effect upon
approval by the governor, or the day following the constitutional time limit of Utah Constitution
Article VII, Section 8, without the governor's signature, or in the case of a veto, the date of veto
Section 3. Repeal date.
This act is repealed November 30, 1998.
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