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Project Update! The project has completed a critical milestone. Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) has approved the bridge concept design report without comment. That approval enables the UTA/City design team to move forward with 30% design, incorporating community feedback collected in 2017 and 2018, followed by more detailed design phases. As 30% design nears completion, the […]
What’s happening? Salt Lake City will begin returning some City streets to normal operation as it downsizes its Stay Safe, Stay Active Streets program beginning June 30th 2020. The initiative provides additional public spaces for people to recreate and easily practice distancing on City streets, while relieving pressure from crowded City parks and trails. Resources […]
PROJECT UPDATE (updated 7/1/2020) – Thank you to everyone who took the survey! Results coming soon. Project Overview 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 […]
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) of streets in the city. These will supersede the traditional “arterial”, “collector”, and “local” street classifications. The project also assigns one of these new typologies […]
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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 […]
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.
Open Routes is a one day event for community members to try new bus service in their neighborhood for free. This year’s Open Routes will be in Glendale and Poplar Grove on Saturday, February 9th from 10:00 am-2:00 pm. Open Routes gives both the community and City an opportunity to test out the route before […]
Use this interactive map for information on active City construction projects and permitted work in the public right of way.