Salt Lake City


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A number of different permits are issued by the Transportation Division to the public. Staff is working to issue these permits online. We encourage all applicants to call or email us with questions. We will be responding to all inquiries via email at If you prefer to call, please dial 801-535-6630. The most up to date information how Community & Neighborhoods is conducting business in response to COVID-19 is available here.


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Our Projects

Protected: Slow Down West Sugar House

Posted on: April 13th, 2021

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Local Link Transit Study

Posted on: January 31st, 2021

Project Update (1/31/2021): Learn more about the Local Link Transit Study.

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2021 Surface Treatment Projects

Posted on: January 31st, 2021

Project update (1/31/2021): Learn more about the planned 2021 surface treatment projects.

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Life on State

Posted on: January 30th, 2021

Project Update (1/31/2021): Learn more about the Life on State project.

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900 West California Ave

Posted on: January 27th, 2021

Project update (01/27/2021):  Thank you for providing comments on the concept design for 900 West and California Avenue. The report on what we heard is now available for reading. What we’ve heard! Contact Social Media: @SLCgov @SLCmoves Project Manager: Will Becker Phone: (801) 535-6569

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McClelland Shared Street (Phase 2a of the McClelland Trail)

Posted on: August 18th, 2020

Project Overview The McClelland Trail offers or will offer a safe and comfortable route for walking and bicycling between residential neighborhoods, recreational opportunities, shopping destinations, and community gathering places. Currently, it exists formally only between 800 South and 2100 South (Phase 1). This project is called “McClelland Shared Street Phase 2a” because it will help […]

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300 North Bridge

Posted on: June 21st, 2020

Project Update! The project is proceeding toward final design as we speak, with some additional funding potentially coming in a few weeks. The project is still on schedule, will likely begin construction spring 2021, and will be completed by spring 2022. Project Overview A new walking and bicycling bridge over the railroad tracks at 300 […]

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600/700 North Mobility, Safety, and Transit Improvements Study

Posted on: February 18th, 2020

Project Update (updated 3/31/2021) – We’ve just recently closed the public comment period regarding concepts for the 600/700 North Corridor. Nearly 500 people provided feedback – thank you for to all those who took the survey and emailed. Our team is currently working to post process and summarize the survey records, and look forward to sharing […]

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Street & Intersection Typologies Design Guide

Posted on: August 30th, 2019

***The third and final round of public input will open Summer 2021. Until then, comments and questions may be submitted to Tom Millar (, 801-535-6134).*** What is it? The Guide will help the City create streets that are designed better for everyone. The project creates new definitions and designs for 15 distinct kinds (or typologies) […]

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Bike Month

Posted on: April 22nd, 2019

Bike Month 2020 Even though COVID-19 has shifted our approach to celebrating Bike Month this year, there are still plenty of local businesses for you to bike to during the month of May – and beyond! Most are currently operating under limited circumstances due to COVID-19, but these circumstances could change at any point. Please […]

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Folsom Trail Project

Posted on: April 19th, 2019

What is the Folsom Trail? The Folsom Trail is a planned off-street, paved walking and biking path connecting the Jordan River Parkway Trail to Downtown Salt Lake City.  Currently nearing the end of the planning and design phase, construction is anticipated to be completed by the end of 2021. Study Area The Trail will follow […]

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Neighborhood Byways

Posted on: April 12th, 2019

Neighborhood byways tap quiet neighborhood streets and formalizes them into transportation corridors designed to crisscross the city and link to key destinations including neighborhood retail areas and corridors, parks, schools, and transit stations.

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