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Bicycling Funding Passes Utah Legislature – Updated

UPDATE – March 13, 12:01 AM – After an evening of tense back and forth negotiations between the Utah House and Senate, HB 362 passed the House and Senate with…

Updated: Help Determine the Future of Road and Mountain Biking in the Wasatch Mountains

Updated: Help Determine the Future of Road and Mountain Biking in the Wasatch Mountains

March 4, 2015 – The Mountain Accord process is underway. The draft proposal for the Mountain Accord for the Central Wasatch has been released – see http://mountainaccord.com/get-involved/ The plan addresses environment, recreation, transportation,…

Comments Requested for Emigration Canyon Bicycling Study

Comments Requested for Emigration Canyon Bicycling Study

By Dave Iltis February 25, 2015 – Salt Lake County through its Office of Township Services is working on improving conditions in Emigration Canyon for cyclists, motorists, runners, and pedestrians.…

Cycling Utah Calls for 10,000 Wheels Initiative for Affordable Transportation in Utah

Cycling Utah Calls for 10,000 Wheels Initiative for Affordable Transportation in Utah

By Dave Iltis March 2, 2015 – Cycling Utah is proposing the 10,000 Wheels Initiative for Affordable Transportation for the Wasatch Front and Utah. Affordable transportation is crucial for Utah…

Utah Senate Considering Bill To Allow Drive-throughs to Ban Bikes

Utah House Bill 160 would allow businesses with drive-throughs to ban bikes. UPDATE: February 20, 2015 – HB 160 passed the Utah Senate by a vote of 21-5-3 yesterday. The bill…

Update: Salt Lake City ‘Final’ Draft of Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan for Review Feb. 6, 2015

Update: Salt Lake City ‘Final’ Draft of Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan for Review Feb. 6, 2015

By Dave Iltis UPDATE: February 6, 2015 – The ‘final’ draft of the Salt Lake City Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan is posted for review in advance of the Planning…

Daylight Savings Time to Be Abolished in Utah? House Bill 178 Would Impact Cycling

Daylight Savings Time to Be Abolished in Utah? House Bill 178 Would Impact Cycling

February 2, 2015 – The Utah State Legislature is in session, and that means new bills that can effect cycling. Utah House Bill 178 aims to abolish Daylight Savings Time…

Ogden to Develop Bicycle Master Plan – Open House on February 5, 2015

Ogden to Develop Bicycle Master Plan – Open House on February 5, 2015

January 28, 2015 – The City of Ogden, Utah has begun the process to develop a Bicycle Master Plan. The plan will help determine bike facilities, destinations, corridors, and programs…

Make A Year-End Donation to Your Favorite Utah Bike Non-Profit Organization

December 26, 2014 - Utah has a number of great non-profit bike organizations. They help build Utah’s cycling community and make cycling more accessible to everyone! With the tax year drawing to…

Share the Road License Plate Fees are Tax Deductible

Share the Road License Plate Fees are Tax Deductible

December 10, 2014 – Need a tax deduction? Like bikes? Live in Utah? You need a Share the Road License Plate. Utah’s Share the Road license plates are a reminder…