By Ashley Patterson Adrienne Cachelin doesn’t really consider herself a bike commuter though it is one of her more frequent modes of transportation. She has committed to not drive to work unless mandated by carrying a heavy load or trip chaining. Adrienne probably bike commutes on average 2 days per week simply because it feels […]
December 3, 2014 – The University of Utah is currently formulating a transportation master plan. The plan will encompass roads, transit, parking, biking, walking, and other non-motorized transportation and will guide U of U transportation planning for the foreseeable future. Comments are being taken until December 15, 2014. Input from cyclists is needed to ensure […]
Sheldon brings a clean shirt to work to change into when she arrives. She has embraced “skorts” the past couple of years as she’s noticed many drivers slow down a bit and definitely notice her when she’s wearing a skort.
The University of Utah’s Neuromuscular Function Lab is a gadget-enthusiast’s dream. Contraptions of all sorts sit in the large room – motors, crank wheels, fly wheels, and machines than seem to combine them all.
By Chad Mullins Salt Lake City’s Transportation Division has been convening a University to Downtown bikeway focus group; this is part of the City’s current effort to update the Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan. The City is currently seeking ideas to improve walking and bicycling in Salt Lake City on the “Open City Hall.” You can give them your suggestions […]