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APA Utah Fall Conference Speaker

Jim Price

Senior Planner/Project Manager

Jim Price began work for Mountainland Association of Governments (MAG) in 1999 and is Senior Planner/Project Manager, where he facilitates complex inter-agency planning and infrastructure development within Utah, Wasatch, and Summit Counties. His specialty, Active Transportation, is way too much fun to be a real job. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Public Administration from Brigham Young University and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).Contact InformationJim Price, AICPMountainland Association of Governments586 E 800 NOrem, UT 84097Direct Line –


Local Funding Opportunities »

2023 Fall Conference, September 28, 2023 2:00 pm

Seems like the potential to obtain funding for your local planning and capital project needs has expanded and gotten more confusing over the past couple of years. Learn from your local regional association about the dollars they manage as well as potential funding from the State. Recent planning dollars have become available for local communities to update their ordinances, general plans, and enhance Main Streets, but there is also funding available for infrastructure, trails, roads, and training. Learn from the people who manage funding a variety of programs.

WFRC Safe Streets and Routes for All (SS4A) Comprehensive Safety Action »

2023 Fall Conference, September 18, 2023 2:00 pm

Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC) is developing a regional Comprehensive Safety Action Plan (CSAP). The purpose of the WFRC CSAP is to develop a holistic, well-defined strategy to reduce roadway fatalities and serious injuries in the Wasatch Front region. The CSAP will analyze safety needs, identify high-risk locations and factors contributing to crashes, and prioritize strategies to address them. The CSAP will be structured to identify and prioritize safety needs both at the regional and local levels, within geographic focus areas. The CSAP will support applications for Implementation Grants from the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) program. It is assumed that the 2024 SS4A CSAP requirements will remain the same as the 2023 SS4A requirements. This presentation will report on preliminary findings, and describe next steps, and how attendees can become engaged in the safety plan. A key focus could be the region’s intent to commit to eliminating fatalities and serious injuries through adoption of a Regional Safety Commitment Resolution. This session could also include a panel of MAG and FCAOG to report on their respective SS4A Projects which will also be underway.

Bicycling Cities: Next Steps in Utah’s Bicycle Evolution »

September 10, 2021 2:35 pm

The cities you know as bike meccas had to create those conditions. Can communities in Utah achieve similar results? Utah's obstacles to building bike infrastructure here are unique and will require customized strategies. Come join the roundtable to discuss key challenges and solutions. Let's share and network.

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