Salt Lake City, South Salt Lake, Millcreek and City of Holladay are teaming up on Local Link to learn how you travel in and around your community and to develop innovative, multi-modal options for more convenient, connected trips.
The cities are launching two studies as part of this effort: a circulation study analyzing biking and walking connections into the Sugar House Business District, and a transit-focused study analyzing transportation options between Sugar House and Millcreek with an extension into Holladay.
The circulation study is happening now and will help us better understand active mobility along roads shared by each city, and the transit study will kick off this fall and allow us to look closer at how transit improvements could strengthen north-south links among the communities. Each study component will identify gaps in the existing transportation network and the challenges faced by those traveling among these four cities.
While these studies are taking a fresh look at transportation options, Local Link is building on a foundation of previous studies and proposed plans including the 2013 Sugar House Circulation Plan.
How you can get involved
1. Take the circulation study survey here and tell us how you travel now, and how you want to travel in the future
2. Leave a comment on our map here and show us the specific locations you want to see improved to help your travel.
3. Sign up for updates here to stay involved and learn about additional opportunities for input when the transit study kicks off this fall!
4. Share this website with your friends, families, employees and networks! Encourage them to get involved and make their voices heard.
Local Link is the final planning effort before significant investments are made to improve travel in these communities, so your input is needed now more than ever to make sure we get it right!
You know your city, and your insight is critical to helping us develop and implement safe, inviting, sustainable and comfortable travel choices for everyone.
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