Hansen, Allen & Luce, Inc. (HAL), and project partner Landmark Design, Inc., prepared a streetscape improvements plan for the City of Moab, Utah, to improve downstream water quality, cycling access, and street aesthetics. As part of the 100 South Reconstruction Project—which also addresses water, stormwater, sanitary sewers, and pavement resurfacing—the City decided to include stormwater bioswales, back-of-curb infiltration , landscaping improvements, and dedicated bicycles lanes within the City right-of-way.
The planning process required cooperation with stakeholders, including the Moab City Council, the City’s Engineering, Planning, and Public Works Departments, and members of the public. During stakeholder workshops, the perspectives of all stakeholders were considered and became the basis of the plan. The ideas were coordinated with engineering and landscape architecture principles to provide a plan for substantial infrastructure and sustainability improvements. The City is now moving forward with implementation.