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900 South Reconstruction Project

Posted on: March 20th, 2018

900 South Reconstruction & 9-Line Trail (Lincoln Street – 1300 East) In 2019, Salt Lake City will reconstruct 900 South from Lincoln Street (950 East) to 1300 East. To repair this badly deteriorated street, the project will reconstruct the road base, make minor utility improvements, and repave in concrete. This project will take 6 months […]

9-Line Trail Extension Study

Posted on: March 20th, 2018

Project Description In 2016 and 2017, Salt Lake City conducted a study to develop a conceptual design and implementation strategy for a pedestrian and bicycle corridor along 900 South between the mouth of Emigration Canyon and the Surplus Canal, extending the existing 9-Line Trail both eastward and westward. This corridor had been mentioned in past […]

Folsom Trail Project

Posted on: March 19th, 2018

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 in early stages of planning and design, construction is anticipated to begin in 2020. Study Area The Trail will follow a former rail corridor from 500 […]

McClelland Street

Posted on: March 18th, 2018

The current McClelland Trail offers a safe and comfortable route for walking and bicycling between residential neighborhoods, recreational opportunities, shopping destinations, and community gathering places. The first phase of the trail, between 800 South and the Sugar House Business District, was constructed from July to October of 2016. The final phase, McClelland Street from 2100 South […]

600 East Neighborhood Byway

Posted on: March 17th, 2018

600 East Neighborhood Byway Constructed in 2015, the 600 East Neighborhood Byway, extending from South Temple to 2700 South, was the first bicycle and pedestrian facility of its kind in Utah. Treatments include curb extensions, bicycle “shared lane” symbols, bicycle and pedestrian signalized crossings at 900 S, 1300 S, and 2100 S, and reduced speed […]