Transportation Archive

Salt Lake County Looks for Transportation Solutions in Mill Creek Canyon

Salt Lake County is asking for the public’s advice on transportation issues in Mill Creek Canyon at an open house today.

Governor Herbert Supports UDOT Director

Governor Gary Herbert is supporting the head of the Utah Department of Transportation despite the controversy over an employee who was wrongfully

Fired & Reinstated UDOT Employee Seeks Back Pay, Original Job

The Utah Department of Transportation employee who was fired after being accused of leaking confidential information about a contract bid wants compensation

TRAX and Bus Route Changes Scheduled for Saturday

TRAX and bus riders should be aware of changes to system routes tomorrow in anticipation of the Salt Lake City Marathon. The

Provo to SLC Frontrunner Line to Open in December

With construction on the line more than 90 percent complete, the Utah Transit Authority has announced December 10th of this year as

Duchesne, Salt Lake Counties Among Worst for Driver Safety

Have you ever wondered where the worst drivers are in Utah? The Utah Department of Public Safety has released a study that

Corrosion Conference Emphasizes High Cost of Low Maintenance

The world’s largest organization dedicated to preventing corrosion in transportation infrastructure and pipelines was in Salt Lake City this week to showcase

State Lawmakers Worried About UTA Debt

State lawmakers are looking for a silver lining in the Utah Transit Authority's mounting debt dilemma. A legislative audit revealed in January

Dry Weather Helps I-15 CORE Project

While this winter’s mild weather hasn’t been kind to skiers, it’s definitely helping out Utah’s largest transportation project. Utah Department of Transportation

Salt Lake City to Update Way-Finding Signs

Outdated way-finding signs in downtown Salt Lake City will likely get a facelift before the City Creek Development opens its doors this