Aiming to deter drunk driving, AAA will offer free rides March 16-18 with its “St....
The Utah Department of Transportation has finished a yearlong environmental study on a massive overhaul of U.S. 89 — an action that paves the way for construction to begin within the next year.
Aiming to deter drunk driving, AAA will offer free rides March 16-18 with its “St. Patrick’s Day Tipsy Tow” service.
With an environmental study well underway, a massive reconstruction of U.S. 89 is closer to reality than it’s ever been.
The close of the 2018 legislative session included a promising development for Ogden’s proposed Bus Rapid Transit system — one that opens the door for the beleaguered project to finally be funded.
A bill awaiting only Gov. Gary Herbert’s signature before it becomes law would allow the transportation department to use cameras and other technology to catch and penalize Express Lane scofflaws.
Utah Transit Authority announced Thursday that new FrontRunner safety regulations will affect most of its rail lines and bus routes.
The FrontRunner station will close Aug. 12, but long-term, officials hope to eventually build a new rail line from Ogden to the Weber County locale so service can resume.
The 31st Street entrance to southbound I-15 will be closed sporadically over the next month as crews repair a damaged bridge in the area.
State Road 108 has received a lot of attention from the transportation department recently — and it’s scheduled to get even more.
Two leaders involved in formation of the Ogden Regional Airport Progressive Development Group, Lew Wheelwright and Ed McKenney, have been outspoken critics of management of the Ogden-Hinckley Airport.