OGDEN — There’s a new way to shuttle around Ogden’s downtown without a car — and it’s free.
CROYDON — The transportation department is planning to demolish and replace a bridge that provides access to one of Northern Utah's most popular natural landmarks.
OGDEN — The Ogden Bicycle Collective, which flourishes with a strong volunteer ethos, has a new director who hopes to put his bike industry experience to good use.
OGDEN — Two new bus routes will begin on Sunday in Weber County.
LAYTON — Interstate 15 through a heavily-traveled stretch of Davis County will be completely shut down for three nights this weekend.
LAYTON — The state’s ongoing Northern Utah freeway reconstruction is having traffic reverberations off of the interstate around Davis County.
MARRIOTT-SLATERVILLE — A busy north-south Weber County road will be under construction and closed for much of the next year.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The number of travelers continues to grow at Utah's largest airport.
The rising senior class at Farmington High School, which opened at the beginning of the 2018–2019 school year, has earned the highest average ACT composite score of any high school in Davis School District, the second largest district in the state.
WEBER COUNTY — Two people were killed and five others were injured when a truck carrying seven passengers drove off a dirt road and down a steep embankment in Sunridge Estates, located at 7000 N. Middle Fork Drive, according to local officials.
PLEASANT VIEW — A busy Northern Utah road and access point to Interstate 15 will be completely closed this weekend.
BOX ELDER COUNTY — A SUV rollover and subsequent medical helicopter transport closed northbound Interstate 15 for nearly an hour on Tuesday night.
OGDEN — Transportation officials will be discussing billions of dollars worth of road projects in Ogden next week.
OGDEN — As expected, local traffic will be thick on July 4, but the transportation department says motorists should brace for snarls heading out of town as well.
SUNSET — The effort to build a new freeway interchange in Davis County and a new entry gate into Hill Air Force Base appears to be getting a boost from the federal government.
OGDEN — They’re keeping an eye on it, but transportation department officials say they’ve remedied the problem that was causing commuters to feel a jolt while crossing the railroad track on 12th Street.
FARMINGTON — The wave of Utah’s transportation future has debuted in Farmington.
SOUTH WEBER — The Utah Department of Transportation is wrapping up a study that could result in a new, multimillion interchange at the intersection of Interstate 84 and U.S. Highway 89.
OGDEN — The Monte Cristo Highway will open to motorists this weekend.
CLINTON — While one portion of a massive freeway project at 1800 North in Clinton is set to go, transportation officials say they’re still waiting on funding for the other.
OGDEN — Most Northern Utah outdoor recreation facilities will open by Memorial Day, despite what has so far been an unusually cold and wet spring.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — As members of Utah’s congressional delegation push the federal government to prioritize a nuclear weapons modernization program at Hill Air Force Base, local officials are asking the transportation department to be aware of an influx of new jobs that will come with it.
With the help of a group of seniors at Riverton High School, John Gleason with the Utah Department of Transportation and Sgt. Nick Street with Utah Highway Patrol issued a challenge to Utah drivers on Wednesday: turn the 100 deadliest days of summer into the 100 safest days.
TREMONTON — The transportation department says a project to fix bridges near the Interstate 15/84 split in Tremonton will be more difficult and costly than originally planned.
LAYTON — With construction pending, the state's transportation department will provide the public with new details on a large-scale project to rebuild U.S. Highway through northern Davis County into Weber County.
SUMMIT COUNTY — Drivers on Interstate 80 experienced a bit of a delay Thursday afternoon after a semitrailer turned onto its side near Echo Junction.
OGDEN — The transportation department says Northern Utah’s two alpine highways definitely won’t open by Memorial Day, as is often the case, and it’s not clear when they’ll be made accessible.
The Southern Pacific Historical and Technical Society and Union Pacific Historical Society hold a convention on Saturday, May 11, 2019, at the Ogden Eccles Conference Center in downtown Ogden. A number of speakers gave talks about trains, history and how Ogden ties into it all.
Spike 150 was held to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, on Friday, May 10, 2019, at the Golden Spike National Historical Park at Promontory Summit.
PROMONTORY — On May 10, exactly 150 years ago Friday, one of the most consequential events in the history of the United States and perhaps the world, took place before a relatively small group of government officials, railroad executives and laborers.
OGDEN — As the 150th anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad is celebrated this week, members of Northern Utah’s black community say there’s a stark historical reality that should be thoughtfully appraised.
OGDEN — Unity, economics — and of course history — were the main themes that emerged during the first day of celebrations related to the 150th anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad.
OGDEN — Thousands of Chinese migrants were America’s forgotten superheroes in the 1860s, pulling off the seemingly impossible while toiling for the Central Pacific Railroad during the construction of the transcontinental railroad.
In May 1969, the Standard-Examiner marked the 100th anniversary of the driving of the Golden Spike with a special edition of seven sections recording and resharing the history, as well as the future in 2069. Here it is, complete and in it's original format.
Two historic steam trains are on their way to Ogden where they’ll be on display throughout the Golden Spike sesquicentennial celebration.
OGDEN — Union Station and the surrounding railyards area may be reborn as the epicenter of economic and transportation vibrancy in the Ogden region, according to business, community and technology planners.
OGDEN — The transcontinental railroad was completed at Promontory Summit on May 10, 1869, but it wasn’t until the late 1870s that Union Pacific officially established Ogden as their “Junction City.”
As the date of the sesquicentennial of the driving of the Golden Spike approaches, communities across Utah are honoring its history with the railroad and its impacts with a variety of events.
LAYTON — The state says preliminary work on their Northern Utah Interstate 15 construction project is finished and they’re ready to start the heavy lifting — which means parts of the freeway will be closed soon.
FARR WEST — A $6.2 million project to fix an infamous Weber County bottleneck will begin later this month.
OGDEN — Spike 150 and the Ogden Heritage Festival are soon upon us, and local residents should take note.
It could be a play, a street festival, a photography exhibit or even a train ride, but there are dozens of events happening across Utah to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the completion of the first transcontinental railroad.
While riding her Harley Davidson motorcycle down a straightaway in Park City about two years ago, Lindsay Ross could tell a pickup turning onto the main road hadn't seen her.
OGDEN — Union Pacific and Utah’s Spike 150 commission are offering railroad enthusiasts an opportunity to take a step back in time.
OGDEN — Minor flooding made driving interesting in Ogden Canyon on Monday morning.
FARMINGTON — A driverless car will soon be seen shuttling around Station Park in Farmington.
A new traffic law will soon allow for motorcyclists in Utah to “filter” between stopped vehicles at traffic lights.
OGDEN — The state transportation department’s $4.7 million bridge rehabilitation and replacement project through Ogden Canyon is set to begin Monday.
Electric scooters are here, Ogden.
OGDEN — A three-month test phase for electric scooters in downtown Ogden begins Friday.