PROJECT UPDATE (updated 7/1/2020) – Thank you to everyone who took the survey! Results coming soon.
200 South Corridor Plan –
Transit Priority, Complete Street, Intermodal Hub
Salt Lake City will reconstruct 200 South from 400 West to 900 East starting in 2022. To begin the process, the City is initiating a corridor plan in partnership with Salt Lake County and UTA. The study will evaluate transit and mobility improvements and a transit hub to serve as a focal point where different modes of travel – walking, biking, transit, and shared mobility – seamlessly converge.
The Funding Our Future street reconstruction projects will build safer, more accessible and more welcoming streets that accommodate all ages and abilities. These transformative projects will allow for future growth and changes in transportation while focusing on moving people – not just cars. With input from the community at every stage, Funding Our Future projects are designed to not only solve transportation problems, but also beautify the communities they serve, promote public health, and create a more sustainable environment.
As part of the decision-making process for the redesign of the new street, we’ll incorporate the results obtained from the project survey, along with public comments, technical analysis, safety data, and we’ll also follow the city’s Complete Streets Ordinance, Transportation Plans, Climate 2040 Plan, in addition to Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) guidelines.
What is next?
We are currently in Phase 1 and on Step 1 in the project timeline (see below). Further information on timeline and impacts will continue to be updated on this webpage.
We’re currently in the study phase of the project, which will provide opportunities to share ideas and comments. To stay informed, send us an email with the word “Updates” in the subject line or give us a call anytime.
- Call: (855) SLC-200S (855) 752-2007
- Email: 200South@slcgov.com
- Social Media: @SLCgov & @SLCmoves | #200SouthSLC
200 South Materials
Project design of $1 million, as well as additional future construction costs, will be funded via the Funding Our Future streets reconstruction GO Bond approved by voters in November 2018. This is one of the many street reconstruction projects part of the Funding Our Future initiative.