Bike theft is on the rise in Salt Lake and its environs. The downturn of the national economy and increase in population of the Wasatch Front means this will only become a more common issue in Utah.
The Unita-Wasatch-Cache National Forest Resource Advisory Committee unanimously approved and sent to the forest supervisor a plan to build a steel bicycling and pedestrian Upper Falls Bridge and Connector Trail to the Provo River Parkway.
With more cyclists on the road, the safer for all of them. A new study from the Norwegian Centre for Transport Research. report, Safety in Numbers
By Charles Pekow If you build infrastructure, will they come? Will residents of Indian reservations be more inclined to ride bicycles– and advocate for bicycling – if their communities built a more friendly bicycle infrastructure? Or will reservations become more bike-friendly only if residents want it and work for it? And do tribes, state and […]
Implementation Plans for Downtown to University of Utah Bike Route Slated to Bypass Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan September 13, 2016 – Regarding the soon to be constructed 300 South Downtown to University of Utah bike route in Salt Lake City: We are pleased to see that the route will be constructed. It will be […]