LAYTON — Though two significant administrative components have yet to be solidified, the Utah Department of Transportation is conducting preliminary work on their extensive U.S. 89 project.
OGDEN — The proposed Bus Rapid Transit system in Ogden would do more than shuttle passengers between the Utah Transit Authority transit center on Wall Avenue and the Weber State University campus.
LAYTON — Two Northern Utah highway projects are poised to receive a major cash infusion.
OGDEN — Weber State University hosted its 10th annual Sustainability Summit Thursday, featuring Paul Hawken, leader of a project that identified and ranked the most effective existing solutions to climate change, and Brenda Ekwurzel, co-author of the Fourth National Climate Assessment and se…
NORTH SALT LAKE — After two bills aimed at extending the Legacy Parkway truck ban failed during this year’s legislative session, proponents of the extension are hoping there’s another answer.
SYRACUSE — The long-term fate of two busy Davis County roads will be discussed by the transportation department during an open house meeting.
SALT LAKE CITY — A judge ruled Tuesday the "Diesel Brothers" business operators are subject to civil penalties under the federal Clean Air Act for selling trucks modified with "defeat" devices to foil vehicle pollution controls.
HEJERE, Ethiopia (AP) — Airlines in Ethiopia, China, Indonesia and elsewhere grounded the Boeing 737 Max 8 jetliner Monday after the second devastating crash of one of the planes in five months. But Boeing said it had no reason to pull the popular aircraft from the skies.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — How do you get from Salt Lake County’s fast-growing southwestern cities to other parts of the valley?
SALT LAKE CITY — The Legislature is wading into a seemingly endless struggle between an industrial behemoth and Wasatch Front cities over inconvenient and sometimes dangerous delays at railroad crossings.
OGDEN — Ogden Canyon was temporarily closed Friday due to a reported rock slide and a car crash.
OGDEN — A pair of 19th century steam engine locomotives and a beefed up reenactment of the driving of the Golden Spike will be featured during Utah’s upcoming Spike 150 celebration.
LAYTON — The Utah Department of Transportation has made a significant change to its large-scale reconstruction plan for U.S. 89.
OGDEN — The sesquicentennial of the driving of the Golden Spike will be celebrated in May and when the expected horde of tourists converge on Ogden, they’ll have some help finding their way around town.
OGDEN — Ogden City says the long path to profitability at the municipal airport has finally begun.
OGDEN — Raise your hand if your vehicle’s ever sustained rock damage in Ogden Canyon.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah residents will be able to have free rides on public transit later this week.
OGDEN — After reviewing a serious injury incident at Pineview Dam, state and federal agencies are sticking with established policies for dealing with rocks falling in Ogden Canyon.
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OGDEN — The transportation department will soon be taking a microscope to a busy section of Washington Boulevard, a measure that includes lowering the speed limit there by five miles per hour.
OGDEN — The transportation department has hundreds of millions of dollars tied up in near future projects on high-capacity, north-south running highways.
MOUNTAIN GREEN — The state has purchased one of the final "significant" pieces of property needed to build a new interchange on Interstate 84 in Mountain Green, but transportation officials say the buy doesn't signal imminent construction.
SALT LAKE CITY — Train switching operations sometimes last more than 15 minutes at urban railroad crossings, which has drawn a legislator’s proposal to crack down on the practice.
It’s no surprise bad weather creates terrible road conditions. But many people are increasingly concerned about the visibility of painted lines on Utah roads.
OGDEN — The state transportation department wants you to keep your snow where it belongs — on your own property.
OGDEN — An item related to the creation of a tax-incentivized redevelopment of the Ogden airport was axed from a recent city council meeting, but officials say the deal is still progressing and could even include some additional players.
OGDEN — Weber County residents will have one more chance to sound off on a plan for transit-oriented development plan along Ogden’s planned Bus Rapid Transit project.
If you normally use the interstate to get home before the weekend, you might want to reconsider.
NORTH OGDEN — Addressing the highest priority problems along the North Ogden Divide, the narrow mountainous road linking North Ogden and the Ogden Valley, would cost an estimated $3.28 million.
CLINTON — As the state transportation department puts a renewed focus on Interstate 15, a long-discussed and substantial interchange project in Northern Davis County is gaining steam.
OGDEN — The Ogden administration is seeking to establish another tax-incentivized redevelopment project, this time at the city’s beleaguered municipal airport.
WEBER COUNTY — Nearly 2,000 people in Weber County were without power this afternoon, according to reports from Rocky Mountain Power.
SALT LAKE CITY — The total number of traffic fatalities in Utah have fallen for a second consecutive year and the rate of deaths on state highways is as low as it’s been in at least decades.
The Utah Highway Patrol responded to more than 130 crashes on Utah’s roadways Wednesday as several inches of snow fell during the morning commute, and troopers are urging drivers to slow down with more snow in the forecast for later this week.
OGDEN — Ushered out of the Union Station shops, volunteers who have been restoring an 1881 locomotive are taking a philosophical view amid a batch of legal uncertainties.
NORTH SALT LAKE — A grassroots activist group has formed in North Salt Lake, determined to keep the Legacy Parkway mild and slow-paced.
NORTH OGDEN — Driving along the North Ogden Divide on Wednesday, Erica Kennebeck momentarily took pause.
OGDEN — After an extended search, Ogden City has named a new manager of the Ogden-Hinckley Airport.
SALT LAKE CITY — The sesquicentennial of the driving of the Golden Spike is still more than four months out, but folks from the Utah State University library are getting a jumpstart on the momentous anniversary.
LAYTON — With a massive reconstruction project on U.S. 89 in Northern Utah looming, the transportation department is hoping the public will lend a hand with the design.
OGDEN — The prospect of Business Depot Ogden FrontRunner station has surfaced again — and this time a good chunk of change could be put toward the project.
HUNTSVILLE — The transportation department says Christmas Eve’s mass towing of illegally parked cars near the Snowbasin ski resort was both necessary and overdue.
OGDEN — The Utah Transit Authority has released the Environmental Assessment for a multi-million dollar bus rapid transit system in Ogden and will hold a public open house on the plan shortly after the new year.
OGDEN — Some in Utah’s criminal justice system expect more DUI convictions when the nation’s toughest blood alcohol limit for impaired driving takes effect Sunday.
OGDEN — Ogden City and the Utah Division of State History are grappling over ownership of a 137-year-old steam locomotive that a determined band of volunteers has been painstakingly restoring since 1992.
UINTAH — A 19-year-old man suffered critical injuries Thursday evening in a three-car crash on U.S. 89 at Combe Road, the Weber County Sheriff's Office said.
LAYTON — The transportation department continues to pocket land ahead of a massive reconstruction project on U.S. 89 set to begin in just over a year.
HUNTSVILLE — Cindy Maher, of Eden, is already too familiar with rocks falling onto the state road at Pineview Dam.
OGDEN — Pending one final city council approval, Ogden City's protracted search for a new airport manager is over.
The bad news, if you're driving — snow and snow showers in and around Weber and Davis counties will probably linger until early Wednesday afternoon.