The S-Line Greenway, a mile-long green space and trail from 500 East to McClelland Street, is officially open.
In planning communities, the terms “complete streets” and “road diets” are frequently used when discussing proposed changes to street layouts.
This week’s photo updates focuses on various projects in the Central City area of Salt Lake City (the neighborhood just east of downtown) that are progressing very quickly
Salt Lake City has an abundance of surface parking lots in and near downtown Salt Lake City.
The majority of trustees of the Utah Transit Agency declined a challenge to exclusively use the UTA transit system for seven consecutive days.
A small surface parking lot framed by newly planted pine trees is the end result of one of Salt Lake City’s most prominent land rights battles.
There is a lot of construction activity at the University of Utah as the University evolves into an increasingly urban campus.
The project is only partially completed but the new sections of bike lanes along 300 South, between 300 West and 600 East have fast become controversial. The new protected bike lanes have angered some local […]
The “Welcome to Rose Park” signs along 600 and 1000 North are faded and rusting. The Rose Park Community Council wants to replace the the aged welcome signs
Downtowns want Millennials, people born between 1980 and 2000, and many Millenials are choosing to live downtown. Downtown Salt Lake is no exception.