KAYSVILLE — One down, four to go. The first new interchange on U.S. 89 in Davis County opened to traffic Monday.
OGDEN — Compared to 2020, year-to-date ridership on Utah Transit Authority services is still down this year, but officials from the agency say the numbers are starting to trend upward.
The Utah Department of Transportation is introducing a new campaign Tuesday, “Keep it Clean,” at a media event at The Shops at South Town in Sandy. However, the message is for every driver in the state: Keep our roads clean so people don’t die.
OGDEN — The state transportation department is looking to develop a more robust active transportation system and is looking for the public’s help to decide the best way forward.
Utah Transit Authority is providing additional services for residents and visitors to the state making their way to Salt Lake City to celebrate the July 24 holiday.
NORTH OGDEN — Motorists in North Ogden can sigh a breath of relief, a partial one anyway.
OGDEN — As work to upgrade the 24th Street viaduct near Ogden’s downtown continues, the Utah Department of Transportation will begin a connected project that will extend the life of the street all the way west to Interstate 15 and east to Washington Boulevard.
WILLARD — The Utah Transit Authority continues to buy property in Box Elder County, hoping to preserve land that will be necessary for a major northward expansion of the FrontRunner commuter rail.
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and the Department of Public Safety (DPS) issued a warning Friday about a new phishing scam targeting Utahns.
OGDEN — A heavily travelled Upper Ogden Valley road will be closed sporadically through the fall as repair work begins on the Pineview Reservoir.
OGDEN — Despite what is by all accounts a historic amount of simultaneous road projects happening in or near Ogden’s downtown, city officials say the work won’t stop a celebration that is now two years in waiting.
OGDEN — Transit along Washington Boulevard in the city center should get smoother later this month.
OGDEN — Hundreds of potential transportation projects worth billions of dollars are now open for public scrutiny.
OGDEN — More than a year-and-a-half ago, the Utah Legislature approved a measure that allowed for free fares on public transit during bad air days, under certain conditions.
OGDEN — With a collective pent up desire to travel after more than a year of COVID-19, Utah Department of Transportation officials say roads this holiday weekend are primed to be busy.
OGDEN — As construction continues to ramp up on the Utah Transit Authority’s bus rapid transit project in Ogden, the agency is vetting contractors to complete a related undertaking that will result in a major expansion of its facility just northwest of the city’s downtown.
OGDEN — As what figures to be a well-traveled holiday weekend approaches, experts say gas prices will be higher this Independence Day than they’ve been in seven years.
OGDEN — The Utah Transit Authority has extended a program that aims to boost Utah COVID-19 vaccination rates.
FARMINGTON — The state transportation department will build a new, $20 million pedestrian crossing facility at one of the busiest traffic junctions in Northern Utah.
FARMINGTON — A $30 million funding infusion to the state’s expansive U.S. 89 project through northern Davis County has been approved — money transportation officials say will cover costs associated with some unexpected challenges with underground utilities.
OGDEN — The Weber State University campus is undergoing a transformation, brought on by development of the Ogden Bus Rapid Transit system linking the FrontRunner station in downtown Ogden, McKay-Dee Hospital, the university and points in-between.
Accord between Democrats and Republicans on a major infrastructure bill isn’t only a positive for those who say the nation’s roads and airports need a major injection of funds.
OGDEN — Ogden City officials say their parking ticket program isn’t sustainable, so they’re proposing an increase to the cost of infractions.
OGDEN — A pair of full closures of the Ogden Canyon Road are scheduled to happen early next week.
OGDEN — A nearly yearlong effort to give an honorary name to 2nd Street is on the precipice of finally being resolved for good.
OGDEN — The extreme, unseasonal heat being felt right now throughout Utah is not only compounding concerns about fire danger and an ongoing drought — it’s also buckling roads.
FARMINGTON — As work continues on the West Davis Corridor project in Davis County, some roads near the current work site will be impacted by construction on the new highway.
OGDEN — As was hinted at during an April City Council meeting, a group of Ogden-Hinckley Airport users has filed a lawsuit against the city, claiming the municipality is causing them to unjustly suffer financial losses.
OGDEN — After nearly an entire calendar year since the idea was first introduced, the Ogden City Council still can’t reach a consensus on a now contentious proposed honorary name for a portion of 2nd Street.
OGDEN — In a bid to make it easier to navigate the varied attractions in the Ogden Valley, a crop of new signs will be popping up along the area’s roadways and paths, probably starting in June.
ROY — Plans to upgrade 5600 South in Roy are getting firmer and firmer.
OGDEN — The Utah Highway Patrol is raising alarm about two more apparent deadly impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic: Speeding is up and more people are drunk driving in the daytime.
LAYTON — Growth has been a constant over the course of Stuart Adams’ six decades in Layton.
OGDEN — State transportation officials say conditions are rife to create a perfect storm of traffic this Memorial Day weekend.
FARMINGTON — A new interchange that’s scheduled to be built on Interstate 15 in conjunction with the state’s massive West Davis Corridor project will be quite a bit more expensive than transportation officials originally thought.
OGDEN — The partial closure of at least one street in the city center — site of a lot of roadwork expected to extend through the summer — is over.
OGDEN — As Ogden’s fiscal year nears its conclusion, the city administration is proposing another year-end budget amendment, this time to fund a large reconstruction of the Ogden-Hinckley Airport’s flight line.
OGDEN — The state is handing out nearly $8 million to fund outdoor recreation projects across Utah, and several cities along the northern Wasatch Front are set to benefit.
HUNTSVILLE — While one of Northern Utah’s big alpine highways has opened for the season, the transportation department says motorists will have to wait a while longer for the other.
SNOWVILLE — A $2.2 million paving project on Interstate 84 through the northern reaches of Box Elder County is likely to tie up travelers looking to head north this summer.
ROY — Roy officials have debated the future of the land around the FrontRunner station in the city among themselves.
BOUNTIFUL — Construction started this week on a major extension of one of Northern Utah’s most popular trails.
MARRIOTT-SLATERVILLE — The impact caused by the Amazon warehouse taking shape in Marriott-Slaterville may not be as innocuous as officials involved with the project have indicated.
OGDEN — The Utah Transit Authority is looking to tweak its plan for transit-oriented development in Ogden so it meshes with the city’s vision for the downtown area.
NORTH OGDEN — Rising property values don’t just impact would-be home buyers.
OGDEN — With the summer recreation season starting to heat up, the state transportation department is warning motorists that their trips into the Upper Ogden Valley, and out of it, will take some extra time this year.
OGDEN — With a range of significant projects in progress across the region, road construction seems to be ever-present in Northern Utah this year — and Ogden, particularly near the downtown area, is no different.
ROY — As talks in Roy about development around the city’s FrontRunner station edge forward, a couple things are becoming clear.
PROMONTORY — Two years ago, tens of thousands of people from all over the world gathered at an out of the way, desolate area of high ground in Box Elder County to celebrate one of the most consequential feats of engineering in the history of the world.
PLEASANT VIEW — Skyline Drive, a planned loop around northern Weber County that would connect Pleasant View, North Ogden and Ogden, may be years off.
OGDEN — Despite the progressive loosening of COVID-19 related social distancing restrictions, ridership across major Utah Transit Authority platforms remains in an extended downturn.