OGDEN — Within the next year, Utahns will have a new license plate option, a design meant to honor the life and work of one of the most iconic social activists in American history.
OGDEN — Though an actual northward extension of FrontRunner and an ensuing transit station at Business Depot Ogden is likely still years in the offing, Ogden City now has the puzzle piece that will allow it to happen.
OGDEN — Weber County will foot the $138,545 bill for improvements to one of the many privately owned bridges connecting the scattered residential developments of the Ogden Canyon to State Route 39.
FARMINGTON — In terms of the sheer magnitude of work that will be taking place, Northern Utah’s 2021 road construction season will be unlike any other.
LAYTON — Layton City and the Utah Department of Transportation have solidified an agreement that will bring some much-needed parking space to the city’s east bench.
OGDEN — While preliminary utility construction on Ogden’s Bus Rapid Transit project already has begun, local transit officials say a new agreement with the federal government will allow mainline construction to begin in March.
OGDEN — The COVID-19 pandemic made for a historically barren year for transit ridership in Utah.
OGDEN — Ogden's Diversity Commission wants the city to rethink how it names — or renames — municipal property.
OGDEN — Thanks to a local nonprofit organization, a single mom working at the Weber County Sheriff’s Office now has reliable transportation.
LAYTON — Layton city officials say they’re keeping a close eye on a residential road after citizens have expressed concern about increasing traffic and speeding there.
OGDEN — After a steady decline in gas costs over the past year — largely driven by decreased demand amid the COVID-19 pandemic — experts warn that prices at the pump are poised to rise in 2021.
OGDEN — For the Utah Transit Authority, much of 2021 will be focused on rebounding from the negative impacts brought on by COVID-19.
OGDEN — While the COVID-19 pandemic obviously had a major impact on Ogden City — manifested through things like an ultra conservative 2021 budget, the suspension of regular pay raises for city employees and moving weekly city council meetings to an online-only format — infrastructure and dev…
OGDEN — Despite a global pandemic, 2020 was a big year for road construction in Northern Utah with millions of dollars worth of infrastructure improvements completed and several other large-scale projects that will extend years into the future commencing.
CLEARFIELD — The Utah Transit Authority is working through the details of a plan that aims to bring a new, multimillion-dollar transit-oriented development to Clearfield.
FARMINGTON — While work is scheduled to start on the $100 million Ogden bus rapid transit project early next year, progress is also being made on a similar system that would run through Davis County.
OGDEN — The Ogden Police Department is looking to expand its use of a technology that provides continuous, high-speed monitoring of vehicles in select areas in the city.
TREMONTON — In what is perhaps a silver lining on the cloud of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, rural communities in the northern reaches of Utah are getting a technology upgrade.
OGDEN — A project more than a decade and a half in the making, construction on Ogden’s Bus Rapid Transit project is set to begin.
OGDEN — As work wraps up on one multimillion-dollar road project in Ogden, city officials are seeking funds to begin another one early next year.
OGDEN — Ogden City is ready to buy a piece of property integral to the northward expansion of the FrontRunner commuter rail.
KAYSVILLE — Roundabouts can require getting used to.
LAYTON — A pair of transit shuttles — one that serves Davis County’s largest city and another that circulates around one of the area’s largest tourist attractions — will remain free to all riders for at least the next year.
WILLARD — Exactly when a northward expansion of the FrontRunner commuter rail will happen is still unknown, but the Utah Transit Authority is working to make sure land will be available when it does.
OGDEN — Despite a recent ridership drop off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ogden City has renewed its downtown trolley contract with the Utah Transit Authority — which means the central city shuttle will continue to be free of charge for at least the next year.
OGDEN — A small airplane crashed while trying to make an emergency landing on Thursday at Ogden-Hinckley Airport.
OGDEN — For much of the past year, a large section of Ogden’s 20th Street near the municipal cemetery has been closed to through traffic while crews worked on a total reconstruction of the road.
ROY — The massive overhaul of the 5600 South corridor in Roy may be five years or more in the offing.
CLEARFIELD — The state transportation department is warning motorists to steer clear of Interstate 15 and U.S. 89 this weekend, if at all possible.
SALT LAKE CITY — Thieves broke into Utah gas pumps to install devices that skimmed consumers’ credit card data, netting the conspirators $200,000, federal charging documents say.
OGDEN — Once thought of as a potential historical asset worth protecting, the old tower at the Ogden-Hinckley Airport now looks to be on the chopping block.
The North Ogden Divide closed on Monday for an unexpected repair and reopened Tuesday afternoon, ahead of schedule.
OGDEN — There’s still a month left in 2020 and traffic fatalities in Ogden have already more than doubled from what they were last year.
Less than five months after completion of a major upgrade to the North Ogden Divide that forced its closure for about a month, the road closed once again on Monday for additional unexpected work.
FARMINGTON — The Utah Department of Transportation has finished a $1 million upgrade on the trail system adjacent to Legacy Parkway — a timely development, as Utahns flock to get outdoors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
OGDEN — The recent nationwide surge in COVID-19 cases has sent gas prices tumbling.
OGDEN — Despite a limited number of physical polling locations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Utah Transit Authority says its free fare Election Day program was a relative success.
OGDEN — After a year or so of disruptions for motorists who drive the West 12th Street corridor in western Weber County the end is near — the end of the current phase of work on the roadway, that is.
OGDEN — Northern Utah’s two big alpine highways are set to close at the end of the month, but with snow in the forecast over the next several days, transportation officials say would-be users of the mountain passes should be prepared for them to close at a moment’s notice.
ROY — A busy Interstate 15 interchange will be completely shut down this weekend.
OGDEN — Ogden City appears poised to purchase a $3 million piece of property that will ultimately pave the way for a new FrontRunner station to be built at the Business Depot Ogden.
OGDEN — Despite concerns about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Utah Transit Authority will keep its ski bus service intact this year, but with some notable adjustments.
NORTH OGDEN — A busy section of one of the state’s most popular mountain trails has received a significant upgrade.
OGDEN — The remaining portion of a $5.6 million project to repair or replace three bridges through Ogden Canyon has been put off for a second time — but transportation officials say work should begin again next year.
OGDEN — Ogden City is having a problem collecting garbage on some of its older, narrower streets.
LAYTON — A longtime Davis County landmark is gone.
GARDEN CITY — The Utah Department of Transportation hopes the runaway truck problem on U.S. 89 as it weaves through the northern reaches of the state is now a thing of the past.
OGDEN — With the 2020 general election less than a month away, the Utah Transit Authority board has approved a plan that will implement free fares across the agency’s entire service when voting day arrives.
OGDEN — Ogden’s East-Central neighborhood has long been a focus for city government officials.
FARMINGTON — As the Utah Transit Authority nears construction on its $100 million bus rapid transit system through Ogden, the agency is eyeing a similar project in Davis County.
LAYTON — Apparently, tearing up a highway at the base of a mountain range is a difficult proposition.