The Life on State Implementation Plan, signed in 2018, details clear, actionable strategies that promote economic development, improve transportation options, and address safety measures along the five mile stretch of State Street between North Temple and 3300 South.
Salt Lake City completed an environmental study to evaluate design options and select improvements for 1300 East between 2100 South and 3300 South. The study will help the team identify gaps in the existing transportation network; challenges faced by those traveling between Sugar House and Millcreek; and improvements for vehicle, pedestrian and bike mobility and safety. Construction is scheduled for 2024.
Virginia Street from South Temple to 11th Avenue will be reconstructed in 2024. Key components of the design concept include continuous sidewalks on the west side, uphill bike lanes, traffic calming elements, improved bus stops, and intersection safety improvements.
In 2024, Salt Lake City is reconstructing 2100 South from 700 East to 1300 East to replace the aging pavement and improve transit, pedestrian, and bicycle facilities.
The West Temple reconstruction project will rehabilitate the aged pavement from North Temple to 200 South and provide additional features to make the road safer for those driving, walking, and biking from North Temple to 400 South.
In 2024, 300 North will be reconstructed from 300 West to 1000 West. Pavement, sidewalk, ADA ramps, bike lanes, and curb and gutter will be replaced to create a safe, comfortable environment for everyone using the road.