The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) issued the Record of Decision (ROD) in July identifying Gondola Alternative B with Phased Implementation as the selected alternative for Little Cottonwood Canyon. UDOT will move forward in phases, starting with enhanced bus service and ending with the world’s longest gondola up Little Cottonwood Canyon. Full implementation of Gondola B depends on available funding. Support the protection of Little Cottonwood Canyon by donating to today to support our litigation strategy.

On Monday, December 11, Save Our Canyons filed a lawsuit against UDOT and the Forest Service challenging the decision to build a gondola in LCC, represented by our outstanding counsel at the public interest law firm Eubanks & Associates, PLLC and with local representation ably provided by Joel Ban.

Save Our Canyons has observed (and has evidence of) what we deem to be violations of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process, and possibly even violations of environmental and administrative laws. 

pdf Save Our Canyons lawsuit on LCC Gondola

Donating today helps to financially support the legal challenge of UDOT’s Little Cottonwood Canyon Environmental Impact Statement.