There had been previous discussions and on Tuesday Logan’s municipal council adopted a corridor development and design plan that evaluates land use, traffic, pedestrian, economic and aesthetic patterns as well as the intersection with USU in the so-called 400 North Corridor.
On KVNU’s monthly Let Me Speak to the Mayor program Wednesday, Mayor Craig Petersen talked about that issue, saying the 4th North Corridor is from 100 West to the entrance of Logan Canyon. He said the plan divides the corridor into segments.
“The plan really focuses primarily on Main Street to 700 (East),” Petersen said. “The nature of the plan is that from Main Street to 200 (East) is already commercial and we’ll try to enhance the commercial activities there.
“But from 200 (East) up to 700 (East) that will remain residential. We hope that we could put in maybe a bike lane, widen the sidewalks, we’ll do the lights, there might even be a median at one point. But that will continue to remain a residential area.”
He said that the primary plan would be to enhance lighting up to 200 East and the other projects from there to 700 East will be looked at later.