For Better Bicycling in Salt Lake City, Vote Yes on the 2018 Streets Reconstruction Bond

For Better Bicycling in Salt Lake City, Vote Yes on the 2018 Streets Reconstruction Bond

The Salt Lake City Streets Reconstruction Bond will result in more bike infrastructure Editorial: November 3, 2018 – Salt Lake City has the ‘Streets Reconstruction Bond‘ on the ballot for the November 6, 2018 election. The bond would authorize $87 million for Salt Lake City to use to rebuild its ailing streets. According to Salt […]

Salt Lake City Reconstructs a Portion of Gladiola Street with Bike Lanes; Cycling Utah Calls for Bike Lanes to be Extended South

Salt Lake City Reconstructs a Portion of Gladiola Street with Bike Lanes; Cycling Utah Calls for Bike Lanes to be Extended South

Salt Lake City announces new roadway and additional street crews Press Release – November 1, 2018 – On Thursday, November 1st, Salt Lake City officials will mark the completion of the Gladiola Street reconstruction project. Mayor Jackie Biskupski and Council Member Andrew Johnston will join project team members in planting a ceremonial tree along the renewed […]

Salt Lake City Council to Consider 2018-2019 CIP Funding – Many Bike Improvements are in the Mix – Cyclist Comments Needed

Salt Lake City Council to Consider 2018-2019 CIP Funding – Many Bike Improvements are in the Mix – Cyclist Comments Needed

1700 S in Salt Lake City between State Street and 300 West would lose a traffic lane, and get buffered bike lanes under a 2018-19 CIP proposal. A preliminary design is shown. October 16 – At tonight’s Salt Lake City Council meeting, a public hearing will be held on the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year Capital Improvement […]

Salt Lake City Must Include Bicycling in the State Street Community Reinvestment Area Plan

Salt Lake City Must Include Bicycling in the State Street Community Reinvestment Area Plan

On October 2, 2018, the SLC Council will consider adopting the State Street CRA Plan. The CRA Plan doesn’t consider bicycling at all. This is incredibly dismaying and is the antithesis of a smart, sustainable, climate positive city. They should not adopt this plan without modifying the plan to include bicycle accommodations. “The Council will […]

Move Utah Transportation and Planning Conference to take place on September 26, 2018 in Salt Lake City

Move Utah: The intersection of transportation choices, including biking and walking, and healthy communities By Heidi Goedhart Utah is experiencing significant growth. We have the fastest growing economy in the country, with low unemployment and a high rate of job creation. We are doubling in population, with analysts projecting that we will add a city the […]

For Better Bicycling, Salt Lake City’s Proposed Weed Ordinance Update Needs to Cover Puncturevine

For Better Bicycling, Salt Lake City’s Proposed Weed Ordinance Update Needs to Cover Puncturevine

Salt Lake City will be considering an update to its Property Clearing and Weed Control Ordinance on September 4, 2018 with a vote scheduled for September 18, 2018. Cycling Utah submitted the following comments in regards to the ordinance. How to comment: Send comments to the Salt Lake City Council at [email protected] or go to the public […]