Quality of Life in Cache Valley Study

Each day, individuals and families make decisions on how to use transportation to simplify the basic tasks required for personal and professional life. Economic hardship and environmental compromise are a reality for families in the United States, in general, and Cache Valley, specifically. The purpose of this study described in this paper is to access the role that mobility/transportation system plays in making a location a desirable place to live and work. Specifically, the study aims to explore ways transportation needs can be met while maintaining quality of life. The results of this study are important because there is many areas of the country that struggle with the allocation of valuable tax revenue to improve the quality of life of its citizens. The research methodology included a survey of over 1,000 Cache Valley, Utah residents.