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 […]
Editorial: It’s Time to Repeal the Ban on People Riding Bikes on Sidewalks in Downtown Salt Lake City
Bicycling on Salt Lake City Central Traffic District Sidewalks – It’s time to repeal 12.80.160: CENTRAL TRAFFIC DISTRICT BICYCLE RIDING RESTRICTION June 20, 2016 – Editorial by Dave Iltis • Editor If you spend anytime in downtown Salt Lake City, you will come across many people on bicycles riding on the sidewalk. GreenBike, the highly […]
Editorial: Salt Lake City Needs To Double Funding for Bicyclists and Complete the Bike Master Plan in 5 Years!
Cycling Utah calls for a drastic increase in funding for cycling in Salt Lake City, and the completion of the bike plan in 5 years!
Editorial and Analysis by Dave Iltis • Cycling Utah [A form of the following was sent to the Salt Lake City Council on December 7, 2015] December 7, 2015 – Salt Lake City’s Complete Streets Ordinance, passed in 2010, (and previously executive order) has been a keystone in making Salt Lake City a more bikeable, walkable, […]
Editorial By Dave Iltis • Editor • Cycling Utah On Tuesday, November 24, the Salt Lake County Council will be considering including the Employee Bicycle Commuter Incentive Policy. The policy would implement a benefit of up to $300/year for employees who commute to work by bicycle. The benefit is slightly larger so that effectively the County would […]