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25th Street construction closure spurs push for program to help impacted businesses

OGDEN — The ripple effects of the extensive upgrade of 25th Street earlier this year, east of Washington Boulevard to Jefferson Avenue, still reverberate. And it's not just motorists who are grumbling. "We basically lost business. We lost a ton of business," said Stephanie DeTar, operator of The Lotus Cafe at 529 25th St., which sits in the heart of the 25th Street section that was closed to accommodate development of the Utah Transit Authority's bus rapid transit system, or BRT. "Our numbers were shot this year." Two to three months after the varied 25th Street sections between ...

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Letter: Improved rail transit would benefit everyone

Utah is growing, more people are going more places and it’s making our roads a mess. UDOT recently revealed their plans to widen I15 between Farmington and Salt Lake City, for an estimated price tag of 1.6 Billion Dollars. While this project would relieve congestion, it would also make a ...

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