Safety of Logan Canyon
Paper stating the importance of highway safety which involves two major issues: accident ratesa and the severity of accidents. Analysis of the Utah Department of Transportation statistical accident data show that the number of accidents in Logan Canyon do not justify major modifications of the highway due to the fact that accidents included cars sliding off the road in winter which involved only one vehicle. The paper concludes that safety is not a current issue in Logan Canyon.
Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections and Archives, Sierra Club, Utah Chapter Archives, 1972-1986, COLL MSS 148 Series VIII Box 27 Folder 9
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