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New Study Shows Cycletracks Work

New Study Shows Cycletracks Work

By Charles Pekow Communities that install cycletracks are themselves heading in the right direction, as they are helping increasing numbers of people bike in the right direction. Lessons from the…

Bike Utah News for Summer 2014

With all of the excitement of Utah Bike Month behind us, Bike Utah was able to take some time for events and meetings with old and new partners that will…

Southern Utah Bicycle Alliance News – Road Respect Comes to Ivins

Southern Utah Bicycle Alliance News – Road Respect Comes to Ivins

With the assistance of the Southern Utah Bicycle Alliance (SUBA) and under the leadership and vision of Mayor Chris Hart, the City of Ivins is taking proactive steps to becoming…

A Cycling Culture: Utah versus The World

As I consider what I have seen and experienced in these diverse places of the world, I begin to feel a sense of pride and accomplishment for where cycling is…

SLCBAC News for July 2014

By Ian Scharine After a busy May/June which saw John Herbert assume the Chair position vacated by AJ Martine, the Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee is heading into summer…

Cyclists Need to Use Caution in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Summer 2014

Cyclists Need to Use Caution in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Summer 2014

Cyclists use caution during construction project in Little cottonwood canyon Attention cyclists: please be aware of construction in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah. Crown Castle, a wireless telecommunications infrastructure company, is in…

Bicycle Collective News for Summer 2014

By Davey Davis Summer has been incredible at the Salt Lake Bicycle Collective, with our capacity expanding in all of our core programs. It appears that 2014 has seen the…

Salt Lake County Bike News for August 2014

By Ian Scharine The Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee (SLCBAC) is in the middle of a busy summer. Several county projects and a recruit effort to fill empty seats…

UDOT Releases New App to Report Roadway Issues

UDOT Releases New App to Report Roadway Issues

By Dave Iltis June 2014 – The Utah Department of Transportation has released a new smartphone app called UDOT Click ‘N Fix to report roadway issues on state owned roads.…

Salt Lake County Announces Plans for 1500 Mile Bike Commuter Network

August 14, 2014 – Sandy, Utah – Salt Lake County today announced ambitious plans for a 1500 mile Bicycle Commuter Network throughout the Salt Lake Valley. “Salt Lake County is…