ADUs have been proposed throughout Salt Lake City under new ordinance

Six months into Salt Lake City’s new ordinance allowing for accessory dwelling units citywide, the owners of 12 property owners have proposed building the mother-in-law units in neighborhoods across town. Two proposed ADUs were later withdrawn, leaving 10 at various stages in the process. An initial review shows property owners are proposing building them in […]

UTA closing Main Street SLC this May

UTA construction on Main Street in the month of May will offer a glimpse into the street’s possible future. Cars will largely get the boot from the vicinity of Main Street and 400 South in downtown Salt Lake City. Trax riders will need to board a circulator “bus bridge” or get some steps in while […]

Salt Lake to design potential Main Street cycle track

Salt Lake could soon get a three-mile, near-direct route — and possibly longer — for people on bikes riding into and out of downtown on Main Street, thanks in part to money from the county for design work. After years of unsuccessful attempts to get the Utah Department of Transportation to allow for improvements on […]

Bus Rapid Transit in Ogden: City promotes development opportunities

Utah Transit Authority’s long pursuit of a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line in Ogden from FrontRunner commuter rail to Weber State is finally coming to fruition. The line, with a dedicated bus-only lane for half its route, will run from Ogden Station, along 23rd and 25th Streets, down Harrison Boulevard to Weber State University and […]