In 2023, Salt Lake City Transportation Division will be installing a walkway along the north side of Kensington Avenue and Beacon Drive, east of Wasatch Drive. The walkway will utilize the edge of the public right of way to create space for walking.
In 2023, the Livable Streets team will be implementing traffic calming in Zone 2 of the Livable Streets program. The second highest ranked priority zone in Salt Lake City is in the heart of the Sugarhouse neighborhood. The project will look to lower vehicle speeds and increase pedestrian safety along the residential streets directly west of Sugarhouse Park.
May is National Bike Month, celebrated in communities across the United States, including here in Salt Lake City! Established in 1956, National Bike Month is a chance to showcase the many benefits of bicycling—and encourage more folks to giving biking a try!
Salt Lake City’s Transportation Division is partnering with UTA and UDOT to improve bus stops on Foothill Drive between Sunnyside and Stringham Avenues.
In late 2022, community members requested additional traffic calming along 1300 South and 2100 East to reduce traffic speeds through the area.
For six weeks in May and June, Salt Lake City residents will be able to explore a temporary installation of the Green Loop, a linear park network concept that originated from community interest in a greener downtown and a priority of Mayor Erin Mendenhall’s.
Learn about the safety improvements Salt Lake City and the Utah Department of Transportation are making at the intersection of Foothill Drive and Kensington Avenue.
Overview Continuing to improve crossings across the city is vital to supporting a safe, comfortable and accessible pedestrian route. Improved crosswalks provide improved visibility for pedestrians, ease of use within the facility and can keep drivers engaged while using the roadway. Salt Lake City has engaged in the installation of different treatments to improve our […]
We’re installing a citizen-requested roundabout at the intersection of 1000 West and 700 South to help calm traffic and improve safety in the Poplar Grove neighborhood.
The Sugar House Safe Side Streets Study originated from a Constituent Capital Improvement Program request for funding to implement neighborhood traffic calming in a portion of Sugar House north of 2100 South. Recommendations developed by this study relied on traffic data, community input, and a constrained budget to address key concerns throughout the study area.