Rapid growth in Lehi led to traffic congestion along the I-15 corridor, impacting drivers and surrounding communities. To address this and to prepare the area for continued growth, the Utah Department of Transportation completed a $415 million project that reconfigured I-15 and made multimodal improvements. Through extensive concept analysis and stakeholder collaboration with the business community, transit agency, local municipality, and area planning authorities, the team developed an active transportation network with shared-use paths parallel to the frontage roads and safer crossings at S.R. 92, Triumph Boulevard, and 2100 North. The trail network includes multiple structures to keep bicyclists and pedestrians separated and safely away from vehicle traffic. Now all drivers and non-motorized commuters experience a safer, more connected transportation system that better serves the community.