February 7, 2023 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. @ The Dixie Conference Center –
1835 South Convention Center Drive St. George, UT
Projects of Interest
- George Washington Blvd/1450 S. Connection to Dixie Drive Project – St. George City
- 1450 South (St. George) to Southern Parkway (SR-7) – & SR-7 Interchange -Washington City
- UDOT – Environmental Assessment for potential new interchange at 1-15 and 700 South in St. George
- UDOT I-15 adding a travel lane in each direction between Exit 10 (Green Springs Dr) and Exit 13 (Washington Pkwy) – UDOT
- Santa Clara River Trail from Cottonwood Cove Park to Mathis Park – St. George Parks
- SunTran possible route changes and Springdale route update
- Washington County Transportation Master Plan and Active Transportation Plan.
- Destination Development Projects – Greater Zion
- Hurricane City Master Plan/Active Transportation
- St. George Regional Airport Master Plan
Engage with Exhibitors
This year the DRTE will feature projects from Washington County, St. George City, Washington City, Hurricane City, Ivins City, Toquerville City, Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), St. George Regional Airport, Suntran, Greater Zion, Dixie Metropolitan Planning Organization and Greater Zion.
will showcase current construction projects and areas of focus for future growth.
A look into the future
“There’s a lot of improvements and upgrades which will be needed to safely handle the anticipated annual growth of 3% in Washington County,” Said Cameron Cutler, Public Works Director for St. George City.
“Now is the time to get involved”
Take a moment out of your busy life, attend this year’s Dixie Regional Transportation Expo and help create the future of transportation in Washington County!
3000 East Construction
St. George City completed the first three phases of improvement for 3000 East in 2022.
Phase 4 upgrades from 1580 South to 2000 South are in progress with Phases 5 and 6 to be built in the future.
Toquerville Bypass that will reroute traffic around the historic Toquerville area. This will provide a safer, faster and easier route for visitors passing through Zion.
1-15 Capacity Upgrades
UDOT along with local leaders are focusing on two areas for improvement for the I-15 corridor through the cities of Washington and St. George, as designated by legislative directive in 2021.
BECOME BETTER INFORMED ON THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORTATION IN WASHINGTON COUNTY