Local Mayors come together to bike to work with employees, cycling enthusiasts Salt Lake City, UT—Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams and Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski will be joined by fellow mayors and community members at the annual Mayors’ Bike to Work Day event. Mayors’ Bike to Work Day shows how bike […]
May 29, 2016 – The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is planning to remove bike lanes on Redwood Road between 10440 S to 12600 South in the Salt Lake Valley. UDOT is proposing to restripe Redwood Road from 5 lanes to 7 lanes from 9000 South to 12600 South. Additionally, a separate project is in place […]
By Dave Iltis Bike races have been held in Sugarhouse Park since the 1950’s or earlier. The course is a classic circuit/criterium course that challenges cyclists with 2 hills high speeds, and usually a bit of wind. This year’s Sugarhouse Criterium presented by Team Tosh Cycling had a solid turnout despite the rain throughout May […]
I came away from the Summit with a greater understanding of many factors currently at play in cycling advocacy, and some basic ideas that can help drive change.
By Charles Pekow A new mountain biking system in Lincoln County, NV is slated to open in the next year or two. A consortium in the area has released a plan for a 40-mile system on public land outside Caliente. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) conducted a public comment period on an environmental assessment […]
Editorial: Salt Lake City Needs To Double Funding for Bicyclists and Complete the Bike Master Plan in 5 Years!
Cycling Utah calls for a drastic increase in funding for cycling in Salt Lake City, and the completion of the bike plan in 5 years!
By Rod Kramer Our actual “on-the-ground” project work here at Weber Pathways tends to happen in cycles. Some years we are more focused on planning, permitting and fundraising in anticipation of new trail construction, than moving dirt. In 2015 we completed some significant trail sections, and now in 2016 we will switch back to that […]