Central City

GREENbike continues to expand

May 5, 2016 Isaac Riddle

Trolley Square is now more connected.  Thursday morning city leaders and representatives from UTA and GREENbike, Salt Lake’s nonprofit bike share, officially opened the Google Fiber Station at Trolley Square, near the entrance to Whole Foods on […]


Sandy City’s Cairns is making progress

September 2, 2015 Isaac Riddle

It has been over nine months since the city of Sandy unveiled The Cairns, a 20-year master plan for the City’s downtown.  The 1100 acre city center plan area is the City’s second attempt and creating a urban center. The Cairns plan […]

Greater Salt Lake

Civic leaders announce campaign for transportation funding

August 28, 2015 Isaac Riddle

Since local governments and government agencies can’t actively campaign for Proposition 1, a local option sales tax for transportation funding, local leaders are turning to education campaigns to inform residents of the potential impact of new revenue to pay for various local transportation needs. […]

Salt Lake City

Summer 2015 will be transit oriented

May 18, 2015 Isaac Riddle

Salt Lake City’s summer festival season officially kicked off over the weekend with the Urban Flea Market, Rose Park Community Festival and the 30th Annual Living Traditions Festival.  For residents, the City’s festivals are an […]