Transportation

Our Livable Neighborhood?

Has your household been affected by extreme levels of aggressive heavy truck traffic, large volumes of speeding commuter cut-through traffic or raging motorcycles, tuner cars and modified pickups?

We encourage a number of subtle changes to the roadway to improve efficiency and safety and restore the livable neighborhood character needed for residents to get a full night’s sleep and have the option to walk or bike from one’s home to the library, school, restaurant, store, Capitol, or Warm Springs Park without fear.

At the end of 2019 the CHNC Transportation Committee was created to work with the community to identify the traffic issues, set goals, and develop a transportation plan to restore the livable qualities of Salt Lake’s oldest and one of the fastest growing neighborhoods.

We are collaborating with residents, governmental leaders and staff, transportation engineers, academics, school principals, library managers, environmental experts, business managers and various city and state agencies. To ensure an efficient and effective process we will follow the Three E’s of enduring transportation solutions: Education/Engineering/Enforcement.

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Capitol Hill Traffic Calming Plan - Approved and Funded

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Capitol Hill Traffic Calming Maps

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Support Capitol Hill Traffic Calming

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Resources

600/700 North Corridor Survey

600/700 North Corridor Survey

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CHNC Traffic Calming Map

CHNC Traffic Calming Map

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Street Intersection Typologies Design Guide

Street Intersection Typologies Design Guide

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Road Repairs Update

Road Repairs Update

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20 is plenty

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