Parley’s Way (2300 E to I-80)
Surface Treatment, Enhanced Crosswalks, and Painted Buffered Bike Lanes
Survey results coming soon!
This project will implement some recommendations from the Parley’s Way Corridor Plan and follow the City’s Complete Streets Ordinance. Street resurfacing (chip seal) will help prolong the life of the street. Median islands and enhanced crosswalks at the Wyoming Street & Stringham Avenue intersections will improve safety and walkability. Other design changes include right-sizing all four lanes and repurposing the little existing on-street parking in order to paint buffered bike lanes.
Community input about the street
In spring 2020, Salt Lake City is gathering community input and is considering options for possible changes to the striping design of this street. We asked for your fresh input, to combine with the past input.
There will be changes including right-sizing all four lanes and repurposing the little existing on-street parking in order to paint buffered bike lanes. As we begin our technical analysis, we want to understand better how the community uses the street, and locations of potential concerns.
Survey results will be shared with the design team as we develop the draft concept in the coming weeks.
Thank you to everyone who took the survey!
What is next?
To be added to the project email list for future input and design updates, please email ParleysWay@slcgov.com.
|Early Spring 2020||Project Announcement and community input.|
|Spring 2020||Draft conceptual design available for community input.|
|3-4 weeks before surface treatment||Notice of final design circulated along with information about what to expect on the 1-3 days when the surface treatment work will affect use of this street.|
|August 2020||Surface treatment and restriping (narrower travel lanes and added buffered bike lanes) by SLC Streets Division.|
|September-November 2020||New medians & crosswalks at Stringham and Wyoming intersections.|
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Funding Our Future
Increased pavement maintenance is one of the projects funded through the Salt Lake City Funding Our Future initiative.