For many Salt Lake residents, the city’s infamously large city blocks and wide streets are impediments to making Salt Lake City into a more walkable, pedestrian-oriented city. For the city’s westside residents this situation is exacerbated […]
Foothill Drive can often feel more suburban than urban. The car-friendly corridor serves as Salt Lake City’s first eastside main entrance off of Interstates 80 and 215 and connects residents living on the east end of the […]
The second protected bike intersection in the U.S. is open and ready for use. On October 17th, representatives from the Utah Department of Transportation and the Wasatch Front Regional Council joined Salt Lake City leaders for […]
In planning communities, the terms “complete streets” and “road diets” are frequently used when discussing proposed changes to street layouts.