Salt Lake City’s Depot District: an update

For the last month, UTA’s demolition contractors have been bringing down a major structure behind the transit authority’s headquarters on 200 South and 669 West in west Downtown, Salt Lake City. The former EIMCO mining equipment (previously Ford motor) plant was in UTA’s plans for a new bus maintenance and storage facility, which broke ground […]

GUEST OPINION: Backing GREENbike SLC, the underdog in the micromobility race

By David Osokow Whether you’re aware of it or not, Salt Lake City is going through a transportation revolution that seeks to shape the quality of life for residents for decades to come.  At a time when society craves the latest and greatest, worships tech giants and wants faster and more efficient products, the transportation […]

Millcreek is building a downtown where one didn’t exist before

Long known for its tidy single-family neighborhoods and lively commercial corridors of Highland Drive and 3300 South, the city of Millcreek is ready to take significant steps towards place-making. The city recently master-planned for a new city center. A new form-based code, requiring a minimum height of 48 feet and a maximum of 74 in […]