For Better Bicycling, Salt Lake City’s Proposed Weed Ordinance Update Needs to Cover Puncturevine

For Better Bicycling, Salt Lake City’s Proposed Weed Ordinance Update Needs to Cover Puncturevine

Salt Lake City will be considering an update to its Property Clearing and Weed Control Ordinance on September 4, 2018 with a vote scheduled for September 18, 2018. Cycling Utah submitted the following comments in regards to the ordinance. How to comment: Send comments to the Salt Lake City Council at [email protected] or go to the public […]

Editorial: UDOT Roads Need to be Better For Cyclists and Pedestrians at the University of Utah

Editorial: UDOT Roads Need to be Better For Cyclists and Pedestrians at the University of Utah

UDOT Needs to Include Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure in 2018 University of Utah Campus Road Repaving Editorial by Dave Iltis • Editor, Cycling Utah May 7, 2018 – This summer, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will be repaving the roads around the University of Utah starting today, May 7, 2018 and extending through August […]

30 Miles of New Mountain Biking and Hiking Trails May Come to the Salt Lake City Foothills – New Trails Plan Starts to Take Shape

30 Miles of New Mountain Biking and Hiking Trails May Come to the Salt Lake City Foothills – New Trails Plan Starts to Take Shape

30 Miles of New Trails in Salt Lake City? City Embarks on Planning Process Provide Feedback on SLC Trails Click Here November 12, 2017 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Salt Lake City is getting ready to move forward with a new Foothills Trails Plan that includes 30 miles of new, mostly mountain bike accessible, […]

Editorial: Salt Lake City Needs a Sustainable, Progressive, Safe, People-First Transportation Policy

Editorial: Salt Lake City Needs a Sustainable, Progressive, Safe, People-First Transportation Policy

Salt Lake City needs to completely rethink transportation. Cycling Utah presents a vision for a new transportation policy for Salt Lake City (see below for details) October 6, 2017 • Editorial by Dave Iltis, editor, cyclingutah.com, cyclingwest.com Salt Lake City has been the leader in transportation in Utah with progressive bicycle and pedestrian programs such […]