Editorial: Salt Lake City Needs a Sustainable, Progressive, Safe, People-First Transportation Policy

Editorial: Salt Lake City Needs a Sustainable, Progressive, Safe, People-First Transportation Policy

Salt Lake City needs to completely rethink transportation. Cycling Utah presents a vision for a new transportation policy for Salt Lake City (see below for details) October 6, 2017 • Editorial by Dave Iltis, editor, cyclingutah.com, cyclingwest.com Salt Lake City has been the leader in transportation in Utah with progressive bicycle and pedestrian programs such […]

Utah Shines in Spending Federal Dollars on Transportation Alternatives and Enhancements; Idaho Lags Far Behind

Utah Shines in Spending Federal Dollars on Transportation Alternatives and Enhancements; Idaho Lags Far Behind

By Charles Pekow The transition to the new federal program for paying for bike projects is going comparatively well in Utah. The state has been getting about $6.5 million a year from the federal government historically and has decided what to do with about 83 percent of its take since FY 92. That’s slightly more […]

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 […]

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