This project will replace aging pavement on Sunnyside Avenue, improve pedestrian safety at the intersection, and connect existing bike and pedestrian trails.
500 East from 1700 South to 2100 South was reconstructed in 2020. In addition to new pavement, the roadway was improved with a northbound bike lane, upgraded bus stops, and raised crosswalks.
900 East from Hollywood Avenue to 2700 South was reconstructed in 2021 as part of the Funding Our Future initiative. The aging asphalt pavement was replaced and improvements were made to the pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure.
In September 2020, Salt Lake City reconfigured the Sunnyside Avenue and 1400 East intersection to improve safety and visibility for all travelers. The new design improves access in and out of the neighborhood and the tennis courts.
100 South from 900 East to University Street was reconstructed in 2021. This project replaced the failing pavement, improved the condition of several sidewalks and drive approaches, upgraded underground utilities, and improved pedestrian crossings.
During the 2020 street construction season, we improved the look and feel of Whitlock Avenue, from Highland Drive to Elizabeth Street, as part of the city’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Project features include new curb and gutter, repairs to sidewalks as needed, upgrades to pedestrian ramps, and the reconstruction of drive approaches.
This section of 1900 East, from Wilmington Avenue to Parleys Canyon Boulevard, was reconstructed in 2020 to prolong the lifespan of the street, improve drainage, and enhance the travel experience.
700 West between 1600 South and 2100 South was reconstructed in 2020 to increase the lifespan of the roadway along this busy industrial district west of I-15. The project includes new asphalt pavement, drive approaches, and curb and gutter to improve drainage along the corridor. New sidewalks and pedestrian access ramps were also added to increase pedestrian comfort and safety.
In 2020, we reconstructed 2000 East from Parleys Canyon Boulevard to the city limit with Millcreek. The pavement surface, sidewalks, curb, and gutter were upgraded, and a new street design to improve travel conditions for people walking and biking was also implemented.
We finished reconstructing this segment of 2700 South in January 2020. As part of the project, crews repaired curb and gutter, sidewalks and access ramps as needed. They also upgraded an aging sewer line, installed bike lanes in both directions and upgraded pedestrian crossings.