State of Utah Offers Grants for Trails and Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure

September 29, 2015 – The Governor’s Office of Outdoor Recreation has begun offering the Waypoint Grant Program to help construct outdoor recreation infrastructure in order to meet the increased demand for outdoor recreation. The grants are to be given to communities with a 50/50 match in mind. The funding pool currently totals $400,000 with a goal […]

Emigration Canyon Transportation Study Open House to be held on September 29, 2015

September 28, 2015 – The Salt Lake County Office of Township Services has been conducting a study on transportation in Emigration Canyon. As part of this study, they are recommending a variety of roadway improvements that would affect cyclists. The cycling community is asked to help prioritize the proposed improvements. The Emigration Canyon Transportation Study […]

Salt Lake City 2015 Open Streets Photo Gallery

Salt Lake City 2015 Open Streets Photo Gallery

Salt Lake City Open Streets Photo Gallery: Salt Lake City held an Open Streets event on May 31, 2015 on 900 S. We present above a photo gallery of 76 images from the day. An open street is an event where the street is opened to pedestrians, cyclists, skateboarders and others, but closed to cars. […]

Riverton City, Utah Seeks Input for Biking Study

Riverton City, Utah Seeks Input for Biking Study

September 11, 2015 – Riverton City, Utah is in the process of producing a study on biking and walking in the city. The study will set the stage to plan bicycling infrastructure including cycling and walking routes for Riverton over the next few years. As part of the process, Riverton is conducting a survey to ask people […]

Report Looks at Bike Shops and Women

Report Looks at Bike Shops and Women

By Charles Pekow Advocacy groups across the nation have been vigorously encouraging women to ride bicycles over the last few years. From the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) with its Women Bike campaign on down to the local level, groups are doing everything from sponsoring rides for women to encouraging them to commute and repair […]

Temporary Closure of Marsac in Park City through 8-29-2015

August 27, 2015 – Marsac Ave in Park City will be closed temporarily from Hillside Ave to the Ontario mine through 8-29-2015. From UDOT: (See Flier: SR-224 Temp Closure Flier 1) Construction on State Road 224 UDOT is repaving S.R. 224 from the Marsac roundabout in Park City to the seasonal gate above Montage Deer […]

Active Transportation and Health Summit to Be Held in Ogden, Utah on September 8, 2015

Active Transportation and Health Summit to Be Held in Ogden, Utah on September 8, 2015

 Active Transportation and Health Summit to Feature Seminars and Panel Discussions August 21, 2015 – The Utah Active Transportation and Health Summit will be held on September 8, 2015 in Ogden, Utah. The event features seminars on active transporation (biking and walking). Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett will give the keynote address. Session topics include Protected […]

Salt Lake City Seeks Volunteers for Annual Bike Count

Salt Lake City Seeks Volunteers for Annual Bike Count

Volunteers Needed to Survey Bike Usage in Salt Lake City August 21, 2015 – Salt Lake City is looking for volunteers to help count bicyclists as part of the National Bicycle/Pedestrian Documentation Project on September 15-17 (Tues-Thurs; 5-7 pm each day) and September 19-20 (Sat-Sun; noon- 2 pm each day). To sign up, select date, […]

Bicycle Collective News for July 2015

By Davey Davis Ogden We’re open and operating! Watch for our Grand Opening party coming soon, follow us on Facebook for details! We had our first kids bike giveaway last week, which went smoothly, 50 kids receiving bikes so far. For those interested mechanics we are starting weekly volunteer classes in July, every Thursday at 6pm, come learn […]