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 […]
This Plan is pending City Council adoption. The public hearing is August 18, 2020. View IFFP.
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 […]
In late April 2020, in response to physical distancing needs related to COVID-19, Salt Lake City began opening certain streets for community recreation. The implementation followed a week-long online survey in which the City received over 6,200 responses regarding which streets the public would like to see opened for recreation. Thank you to everyone who […]
PROJECT UPDATE (updated 12/3/2020) – If you have feedback you’d like to share directly with the City about the quick build project, please take the survey: English Español 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 […]
***The June-August public input period, which had been extended to August 31st, has now ended. Survey results and changes to proposed designs according to your input will be made available within a few months. Additional comments and questions may still be submitted to Tom Millar (email@example.com, 801-535-6134).*** What is it? The Guide will help the […]
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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.