Highland Drive will be reconstructed in 2023 as part of the Funding Our Future bond. This provides a unique opportunity to implement a roadway design that creates safe, inviting, sustainable, and comfortable travel choices, while providing the last needed connection to the Parley’s Trail in Salt Lake City.
200 South Reconstruction – Transit Priority Corridor & Complete Street
As part of the 2018 voter-approved Funding Our Future street reconstruction bond, Salt Lake City will start to reconstruct 200 South beginning in 2022. The 200 South Reconstruction project design considers the variety of needs of a functional downtown, urban core and will rebuild 200 South to improve mobility and safety for all users.
300 West: 900 South to 2100 South
Salt Lake City is reconstructing 300 West from 900 South to 2100 South to replace aging pavement, add missing sections of sidewalk, add new bike lanes, and crosswalks. The City is also planning ahead and adding improvements that support economic development and future growth.
900 South: 900 West to Lincoln Street (945 East)
As part of this project, the 9-Line Trail corridor will be an attractive, safe, and inclusive place for neighbors, businesses, and street users. A new trail will also introduce a walking and bicycling connection between east and west Salt Lake City, linking neighborhoods, business districts, and cultural destinations.
1100 East Reconstruction: 900 South to Logan Ave (1600 South)
This project will reconstruct roadway pavement, sidewalks, and gutters; and provide safety improvements, traffic calming features, and bicycle lanes along 1100 East.
2023 Major Street Construction Projects
In 2023, multiple streets in Salt Lake City will be reconstructed. Learn more about all the major reconstruction projects here.
2022 Funding Our Future Local Street Reconstruction Projects
Several smaller local streets will be reconstructed in 2022. Check out the list of streets where we’ll be making improvements to the pavement, curb, gutter, and more.
Alleyway Pilot Program
In 2021, work began on on the first alleyway in Salt Lake City that will be rejuvenated through the City’s Alleyway Pilot Program. Construction on the 850-foot alley in the Liberty Wells neighborhood will increase functionality for the adjoining residents as well as the communities the alley connects.
300 West (North Temple to 1000 North)
The Salt Lake City Engineering Division is overseeing 300 West streetscape improvements, with anticipated completion by end of 2021. This project will add curb extensions at seven intersections and one crossing near West High School, pedestrian crossing signals at 400 North and Reed Avenue, and a new park strip and other landscaping improvements to the north near Warm Springs Park.
Sugar House Construction Projects
See what roadway construction projects are happening in Sugar House over the next few years.