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Move Utah is an ongoing consultation process that helps communities advance through the Move Utah Community designation tiers and beyond. Since each community will have a different approach to walking and biking initiatives and will be in varying stages within our Move Utah Community program, we want to cater a framework that will work the best for your community. After you reach out on our Contact Us page, our program team will contact you about your goals and objectives and set a time to meet and get started.
The Move Utah program was built off of the Road Respect Community designation platform. Our team will be working with existing Road Respect Communities to transition them to the new Move Utah program. The Department of Public Safety is still running the Road Respect program. If you are interested in becoming a Road Respect Ambassador, visit roadrespect.utah.gov.
The movement toward increasing walking and biking is led by passionate advocates and dedicated members of a community at the local level. Get involved with Move Utah and see how you can begin contributing in your community.
City Planners play an important role in taking action and steps to advance walking and biking initiatives. The planning process helps address the needs, goals and objectives that communities need as they begin prioritizing walking and biking investments.
Having strong partnerships in communities can help diversify the planning process, address specific needs or desires and create a more holistic and collaborative approach to integrating walking and biking initiatives into the community planning process. Government partners can bring many resources to the table in regards to funding, and the 5 E’s: engineering, encouragement, enforcement, education and evaluation.