I-15 at 400 S & 600 N Updates

 600 North  Friday (10/22) through Saturday (10/23): asphalt paving and compacting begin on the I-15 shoulder leading up to the 600 north exit, northbound. Concrete ramp paving will begin on Monday (10/25) through Friday (10/29). Vibration and noise impacts during construction will be minimal. Monday (10/25) through Friday (10/29): traffic control will continue to be setup on the 600 north …

900 South Reconstruction

 I-15, 13th and 9th Off Ramp, Northbound Sunday, 10/10, construction crews will be closing one of two lanes from the 13th and 9th I-15 off ramp onto 900 South/800 South, Salt Lake City. Lane closures will take place between Sunday at 6 a.m., to 6 p.m. Two lanes will then be open on the exit ramp and through West Temple …

Provide feedback on the draft Vision for the 600/700 North corridor!

Major project milestone and feedback opportunity! The 600/700 North corridor study has released a draft Vision document here.  The Vision document has transformative ideas for the corridor, which will be built in phases, with spot improvements at crosswalks, traffic signals, and bus stops followed by major roadway reconstruction. Before advancing into engineering design, we want to vet this Vision with …

Capitol Hill Traffic Calming Plan- Approved and Funded

Report by Brian Hutchinson- CHNC Transportation Committee Chair Show your support for the Capitol Hill Traffic Calming Plan, sign the petition Salt Lake City is about to dramatically improve the safety and livability of its neighborhood streets and residences, starting with a pilot program in the northern gateway neighborhood of Capitol Hill. City Council Member Wharton led an effort to …

TONIGHT – City Council meeting – Help Solve Capitol Hill’s Traffic Issues

HELP SOLVE CAPITOL HILL’S TRAFFIC ISSUES Tonight, the City Council will consider the Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council’s request for funds to implement our Traffic Calming Plan. This comprehensive plan includes crosswalk enhancements, traffic-slowing devices (“speed lumps”), and other improvements to reduce speeding and cut-through traffic, and enhance pedestrian and bicycle safety in our neighborhood. YOU CAN HELP by attending tomorrow’s …