OGDEN — The Utah Department of Transportation says they’re doing everything they can to mitigate business impacts associated with their $3 million reconstruction of the intersection of 12th Street and Washington Boulevard.
OGDEN — An Ogden man is dead after his vehicle collided early Friday morning with a Utah Transit Authority bus on Washington Boulevard.
SALT LAKE CITY — The transportation department’s protracted Express Lane fee increase is set to go into effect Saturday.
OGDEN — The representative for Weber, Davis and Box Elder counties to the revamped Utah Transportation Authority Board of Trustees now taking shape will come from a winnowed pool of two hopefuls, both from Davis County.
OGDEN — Ogden City and the Utah Transit Authority will host an interactive public workshop this week on the developing bus rapid transit project.
SALT LAKE CITY — Drivers headed from Salt Lake City International Airport or further West may see some delays weekend.
SOUTH OGDEN — Coming soon — a smoother, wider 40th Street corridor connecting Wall Avenue and Harrison Boulevard.
SALT LAKE CITY — Drivers can expect to start seeing Memorial Day traffic delays on Interstate 15 starting as soon as Thursday afternoon, the Utah Department of Transportation says.
PLEASANT VIEW — Utah Transit Authority officials propose increasing service on a bus line linking the Ogden FrontRunner station and the soon-to-close FrontRunner stop in Pleasant View.
LAYTON — With an environmental study well underway, a massive reconstruction of U.S. 89 is closer to reality than it’s ever been.
Utah Transit Authority announced Thursday that a new FrontRunner safety system it is implementing will affect most rail lines and bus routes starting Sunday, April 8.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This story has been corrected to reflect how UTA surveyed FrontRunner users.
OGDEN — With relations apparently simmering, a contingent of hangar owners, pilots and others who use the Ogden-Hinckley Airport have formed a group to give them a vehicle to convey input to city leaders.
PLEASANT VIEW — FrontRunner commuter rail service to Pleasant View, with the lowest ridership in the Utah Transit Authority system, will indefinitely end in August.
OGDEN — Take 12th Street west out of Ogden into western Weber County — past 5900 West, toward the Great Salt Lake — and the roadway narrows.
OGDEN — Formal selection of a new Northern Utah representative on the Utah Transit Authority Board of Trustees has been put on hold because of a procedural issue.
FARMINGTON — A group of Northern Utah municipalities is pushing the state to designate the future West Davis Corridor a scenic byway.
OGDEN — The transportation department has a major overhaul planned for Interstate 15 in Northern Utah.
HONEYVILLE — Interstate 15 will be closed on Tuesday, Nov. 14, and Wednesday, Nov. 15, from 7 p.m. to 8 a.m. in both directions at Exit 372 in Honeyville, according to a Utah Department of Transportation press release.
SOUTH OGDEN — The widening of busy 40th Street in South Ogden will take longer than originally hoped due to unexpected complications and a later start date than anticipated.
OGDEN — Getting Allegiant Air to expand its offerings to Los Angeles and, next month, Las Vegas are key steps in city leaders’ efforts to bolster commercial air service out of Ogden-Hinckley Airport.
CLEARFIELD — A Swiss train manufacturing company that had eyed Clearfield as potential location for a new plant that’s to create as many as 1,000 jobs has selected a site in Salt Lake City instead.
FARMINGTON — Greg Daly has certain hopes and expectations with the West Davis Corridor, the planned roadway that would cut through western Davis County, from West Point south to Interstate 15 in Farmington.
LAYTON — Layton’s busy commercial zones, divided by Interstate 15, will be getting a new connector road, spurring business, officials hope, and easing congestion at two other I-15 crossing and access points.
LAYTON — Though most understand the need, many aren’t entirely happy with the proposed upgrade of U.S. 89 between Farmington and South Weber in northern Davis County.
U.S. 89 gets its fair share of traffic. More than its fair share, perhaps.
WEST POINT — Back when he was a kid, says Rock Hendry, peering at the line of new homes off in the distance, the area south of 1800 North in West Point was wide open territory.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Transit Authority will simulate large-scale terror attacks on Tuesday and Wednesday.
OGDEN — Ogden isn’t the only other site outside Clearfield that’s been considered for a proposed train manufacturing plant that would employ up to 1,000.
LAYTON — U.S. 89 in northern Davis County would more closely resemble a freeway, per state roads officials’ vision for the roadway.
KAYSVILLE — Leaders here dub Kaysville “Utah’s hometown,” citing its small-town charms and local residents’ focus on the family.
SOUTH WEBER — City officials in South Weber are considering adding a new $15 fee to utility bills to help generate funds to maintain local roads.
CLEARFIELD — Stadler Rail is another step closer to building its proposed train manufacturing plant in Clearfield.
OGDEN — State Road 39 in Ogden Canyon will be closed for several hours Monday for repaving, officials say.
LAYTON — There’s been talk of adding traffic lanes along U.S. 89 through northern Davis County, even limiting access to the increasingly busy roadway at some points to improve traffic flow.
OGDEN — Northern Utah’s Monte Cristo Highway will reopen for the summer Thursday, officials announced.
CLEARFIELD — The notion of converting Utah Transit Authority land here into the site of a train car manufacturing plant will be put to Clearfield residents for their review and consideration.
FARMINGTON — The state transportation department will spend nearly two months working on the Legacy Parkway.
OGDEN — Barring a major change, the 24th Street interchange project long endorsed by Ogden city will finally get money from the state.
LAYTON — A large chunk of a $1 billion transportation infusion will speed up a massive overhaul of Interstate 15 in Northern Utah.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Transportation announced its top 10 construction projects of 2017 on Wednesday, April 12, but none of them are taking place in Northern Utah.
FRUIT HEIGHTS — A $15 million reconstruction of U.S. 89 through Fruit Heights has been postponed after nearby residents voiced concern over the project.
NORTH OGDEN — The face of North Ogden, particularly its commercial epicenter, could look very different in the next few years.
UINTAH — As speed and traffic continue to grow along Highway 89, the state transportation department is considering closing off access to a well-traveled side street.
OGDEN — A half mile-stretch of North Street through Ogden will be closed for five months this spring.
OGDEN — Lots of snow, more than a little rain and wildly fluctuating temperatures have left roads across Northern Utah full of holes.
OGDEN — Technically speaking, Ogden City has a plan to expand the Ogden-Hinckley Airport.
FARMINGTON — While U.S. Highway 89 through Weber and Davis counties looks more like a freeway every day, the state says growth there could necessitate major changes to the well-traveled road.
OGDEN — The transportation department’s 2 ½ year study of Ogden Canyon is over — and it’s really over this time.
DAVIS COUNTY — With a final decision on the West Davis Corridor expected before the year is out, the state continues to pick up land in their preferred path for the controversial highway.
OGDEN — After reaching at least a 52-year low in 2012, traffic fatalities on Utah roads increased for a fourth straight year in 2016.