The I-15 Corridor System Master Plan is a summary document of a series of technical studies conducted by the I-15 Mobility Alliance that includes a long-range multimodal plan and a vision for development of facilities along the corridor. The Master Plan tells a story of the importance of the corridor and the challenges facing it, and outlines an approach for addressing these challenges, including multi-jurisdictional and interest group collaboration.
To view the I-15 Corridor System Master Plan online, click on the link to the left.
To print the I-15 Corridor System Master Plan, download one of the versions below. Please note the Master Plan should be printed double-sided, to view two pages at a time—book style.
I-15 Corridor System Master Plan (high-res pdf file 21 MB)
I-15 Corridor System Master Plan (low-res pdf file 12 MB)
The I-15 Mobility Alliance will convene periodically to prioritize and agree upon projects of interregional significance to the entire I-15 corridor and all Alliance Partners. Above is a link to an interactive map of the most current priority projects.
Each of the five chapters of the Master Plan tells part of the story, as summarized below. For additional information on select topics, download the relevant technical studies.
Chapter 1: One Region, One Corridor, One Vision — defines this transcontinental corridor and provides an overview of its importance to the nation and local communities served by it.
Chapter 2: Moving People — describes the socio-economic make-up of the adjoining megaregions and the opportunities and challenges of moving people between these major population centers via car, rail, and airplane. Relevant technical studies:
Chapter 3: Moving Goods — establishes the importance of goods movement to the financial well-being and quality of life of those living along the corridor, and to the nation. The opportunities and constraints of moving goods between these major population centers is described, starting with goods arriving via inland and sea ports, and continuing their journey by truck, rail, or airplane. Relevant technical studies:
Chapter 4: A Call to Action — emphasizes the need for a plan that is socially, politically, environmentally, and financially enduring, and outlines a process for achieving it. Relevant technical studies:
Chapter 5: I-15 Mobility Alliance — introduces the organizational structure and mission of the Alliance, and the successes that can be achieved through collaboration.