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Plans and Studies

Transportation Plans & Studies

The Salt Lake City Transportation Division is responsible for developing and implementing strategies in Master Plans, studies, and other guiding design documents. Here are the completed documents we are implementing, as well as some that we are currently developing.

Major Plans, Projects & Programs In Development

SLC Connect Transportation Master Plan logo.

City-wide Transportation Plan

The Salt Lake City Transportation Division is launching Connect SLC, a robust and extensive process for updating our 1996 Transportation Master Plan.

Construction workers pouring a red concrete pad within a black asphalt road.

Short-Range Transportation Project Recommendations

To aid in selecting projects to implement from our master plans (listed below), this multi-year list of projects helps City officials apply objective criteria related to equity, sustainability, governance, and safety.

Livable Streets Program logo which consists of simple graphics of people walking, cycling, driving, using transit, and using a wheelchair atop text that reads Livable Streets Program Salt Lake City.

Livable Streets Program

The Salt Lake City Council allocated one-time seed funding into the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget for a traffic calming pilot program and asked that the Administration develop recommendations on how to reinstate a traffic calming program for the City.

The 9-Line trail, a concrete two-way path separated from the road that connects 900 West all the way to 900 East.

East-West Connections

Salt Lake City received a $1.97M federal grant as part of the Reconnecting Communities Pilot Program to help heal the east-west divide through a robust community-centric planning effort.

People walking and biking along the S-Line trail while the streetcar passes by.

Local Link Study

Salt Lake City, South Salt Lake, Millcreek, and Holladay teamed up on Local Link to learn how people travel in and around the community in order to develop innovative multi-modal options for more convenient and connected trips.

North Temple Mobility Hub logo which consists of green circles branching out from a central green circle. Each circle has an image of a different mode of transportation from bicycles to electric cars.

North Temple Mobility Hub

Salt Lake City and Utah Transit Authority (UTA) are starting site analysis, community engagement, and preliminary design to build a new multimodal mobility hub.

A group of people crossing Main Street at South Temple. The City Creek skybridge, the US Bank building, and the Walker Center building can be seen in the background.

Street & Intersection Typologies Design Guide

This guide will help Salt Lake City create streets that are designed better for everyone. The project creates new definitions and designs for 17 distinct kinds (or typologies) of streets in the city.

People dining outdoors in front of Bruges Belgian Bistro.

Guía de Diseño de Tipologías de Calles e Intersecciones de Salt Lake City

Este guía ayudará Salt Lake City a crear calles que son diseñados mejor para todos. El proyecto crea nuevos definiciones y diseños para 17 tipos distintos (o tipologías) de calles en la ciudad.

The TRAX Red Line stopped at a UTA train platform.

Ballpark Station Area Plan

This plan recommends specific improvements in the area to create a “heart of the neighborhood,” facilitate transit connections, and support livability and growth in residential, office, restaurant, and retail properties in the Ballpark neighborhood.

Adopted Master Plans

Adopted Master Plans

Major Street Plan // Adopted 2018

Transit Master Plan // Adopted 2017

Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan // Adopted 2015

Sugar House Circulation Plan & Streetcar Analysis // Adopted 2013

Complete Streets Ordinance // Passed 2010

Downtown in Motion // Adopted 2008

Transportation Action Plan // Adopted 2000

Transportation Master Plan // Adopted 1996

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