PROJECT UPDATE (updated 10/19/2020) – Thanks to everyone that helped with the project on Saturday October 17th, photos and info below! And thank you to everyone who took the survey, read what we’ve heard so far.
The 600/700 North Mobility, Safety, and Transit Improvements Study will create a plan to transform this critical Westside Salt Lake City corridor in ways that promote safety, enable mobility for active modes and transit, and better serve the surrounding neighborhoods. With input from local stakeholders and community leaders, the Study will identify specific projects to be phased in during the next few years. In anticipation of new frequent transit service on the corridor in 2021, the project will determine how transit stops are oriented on the corridor.
Thank you to everyone who took the survey and has participated in the workshops!
Looking through the lens of transportation, public open space, land use, and safety, we asked to hear from you about the positives and negatives along the 600/700 North corridor.
Click on the menu below to read through the survey results and all the workshop boards with what people like and don’t like about the corridor.
What We've Heard
Click on the images below to read through all the workshop boards with what people like and don’t like about the corridor.
Click on the images below to read the word clouds about what people like and don’t like about the corridor as well as anything we missed in the Draft Corridor Goals.
What do you like about this street?
What don’t you like about this street?
Is there anything we missed in the Draft Corridor Goals?
Please participate with us:
- Attend our Community Events planned for each phase of the project in Spring, Summer, and Fall 2020.
- Thanks to everyone that helped transform the corner of 1200 West and 600 North on October 17th! This temporary quick-build project—which included a community clean-up, mural painting, and more—are part of a permanent plan to transform this critical Westside Salt Lake City corridor in ways that promote safety, enable mobility for active modes and transit, and better serve the surrounding neighborhoods. Thanks to Ford-owned Spin scooters, project stakeholders from the Rose Park and Fairpark Community Councils, and other members of the community for making this effort possible! Si necesitas esta información en español, comunícate con Adan Carrillo: 801-535-6251 firstname.lastname@example.org