Utah Planning News (9/5)
- Wasatch Front Regional Council Broadband Project Hosting Workshops Throughout Region

Utah Planning News (6/24)
- Critics of West Davis freeway route say country club swayed UDOT

Utah Planning News (6/17)
Despite UTA’s big expansion, ridership drops

Utah Planning News (6/10)
- Not ‘tapping off’ passes wreaks havoc with UTA planning

Utah Planning News (6/06)
- Urban designers in Salt Lake City praise innovations of the ‘Mormon Grid’

Utah Planning News (6/04)
- Salt Lake City’s GREENbike program off to a fast start
- Salt Lake City Ranked in Top 12 for Sustainability

Utah Planning News (5/28)
- Murray's vision: If you build it they will come
- No easy or cheap solution to canyon transportation
- Cities considering, taking action on West Davis Corridor impacts
- Not much life left for Utah graveyards
- Colorado River meeting, new map highlight challenges to river system

Utah Planning News (5/22)
- Sugar House Streetcar vote continues to echo in City Hall
- Op Ed: UDOT listened, made a good choice

Utah Planning News (5/21)
- S.L. draws up airport plans
- Suburban Utah sees huge spike in poverty Cut, unavailable

Utah Planning News (5/20)
W. Davis corridor dispute rages on in Farmington, Kaysville
- Airport TRAX ridership remains strong weeks after official opening

Utah Planning News (5/15)
- Utah’s inclusion helps fuel economic growth, researcher says
- Two new hotels announced for downtown Salt Lake City

Utah Planning News (5/13)
- Empty UTA garages monuments to waste, or wise investments?
- Big canyons study to rely on county’s work
- Op Ed: Saving Utah’s sage grouse

Utah Planning News (5/10)
- Editorial: Rethink freeway - Opponents have idea worth a look

Utah Planning News (5/9)
- City Council: Sugar House Streetcar will run on 1100 East

Utah Planning News (5/7)
- Editorial: Go east - Best streetcar route 2100 South

Utah Planning News (5/6)
- Planners designing how Wasatch Front may look in 2040
- Sugar House Streetcar: North, east or wait?
- Three Salt Lake City councilmen say Becker’s public outreach falls short
- Op Ed: The Sugar House streetcar

Utah Planning News (5/3)
- At fifth birthday, FrontRunner ridership finally picks up
- Editorial:  Back to basics - Mayors have good ideas for UTA

Utah Planning News (5/2)
- More pollution cuts needed for Utah to meet clean-air standards
- Protesters oppose 1100 East Sugar House Streetcar proposal
- Editorial: Cheap water - Rates should reflect supply

Utah Planning News (5/1)
- Mayors tell UTA to focus on quick, simple commuter solutions

Utah Planning News (4/30)
- LDS Church exploring two options for long-term MTC expansion

Utah Planning News (4/29)
- Mountain Transportation – The Vision
- Airing the issues: Valley smog impact, solutions examined at air quality summit

Utah Planning News (4/26)
- Air quality summit in Logan attracts politicians, doctors, other leaders
Airport TRAX ridership better than expected
- Utah unveils plan to conserve 90 percent of greater sage grouse population

Utah Planning News (4/24)
- Traffic jam of opinions on where Sugar House Streetcar should go
- Sugar House residents decry 1100 East streetcar extension
- Charlie Luke: Debating the Sugarhouse Streetcar Expansion

Utah Planning News (4/23)
Riverton neighborhood petitions development
- With airport TRAX open, UTA allows some extended parking
- Another Wyoming-Vegas power line proposed through Utah
- Farmers and ranchers: Utah's environmental workforce
- Feds release environmental assessment of big Utah land swap

Utah Planning News (4/16)
- SLC-to-Park City bus drops fares, sees ridership boom
- Most endangered U.S. river? The Colorado, report says

Utah Planning News (4/15)
- Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Bike riders in Salt Lake City, are they friend or foe?
- Utah Transit Authority’s airport TRAX line open to public

Utah Planning News (4/12)
- Ogden Transit Project talk revving up
- Box Elder adopts state’s first sage grouse plan

Utah Planning News (4/02)
Sugar House transportation revamp focuses on more bikes, less cars

Utah Planning News (4/01)
- Increase will make UTA fares among nation’s highest

Utah Planning News (3/29)
- Plans for Big Cottonwood Canyon include more facilities, less congestion
- Three-way land deal a win for wildlife, school children, commuters

Utah Planning News (3/28)
- Google Maps chooses Utah for new live transit update service

Utah Planning News (3/27)
- Final decision: Airport TRAX will miss early, late flights

Utah Planning News (3/22)
- A year later, City Creek revitalizes downtown
- Judge rules largely in favor of Utah on rural roads dispute
- Utah, Kane County score victory in roads dispute

Utah Planning News (3/20)
- Salt Lake Council at odds over direction of streetcar route
- Council lends Salt Lake County’s financial support to Draper project
- Our View: Desire for a costly streetcar

Utah Planning News (3/15)
- No haste on haze: Hill slow to air smog issues
- Clean air advocates slam Legislature for inaction
- Public lands legislation puts federal control in cross hairs

Utah Planning News (3/14)
- Vernal among fastest growing ‘micropolitan’ areas

Utah Planning News (3/6)
- Tooele County wipes out two departments

Utah Planning News (3/5)
- Analysis: How Bramble's Eminent Domain Bill Went South
- Utah Legislature fighting U.N. fears

Utah Planning News (3/4)
- Groundless fear of Agenda 21
- Op Ed: Cash gets you billboards
- Saving the West, together
- Op Ed: Utah leaders to blame for effects of pollution

Utah Planning News (2/26)
- Legislators sidestep city vs. billboard firms fight
- Are endangered species endangering property rights?

Utah Planning News (2/25)
- Free transit to clean air? One Utah lawmaker proposes a trial
- Op Ed: Public transit key to better air
- Residents brave the snow to rally against freeway plan for Farmington
- Inside Utah State Prison: Should it stay or should it go?

Utah Planning News (2/20)
- Uintah Basin ozone study points to weather as driving factor
- Study finds oil and gas causing pollution problem in eastern Utah
- In our opinion: Tackling bad air
Bicycle bills approved by Senate committee
- Suing Utah over bad road design may get harder

Utah Planning News (2/19)
- Bill could raise bar for ballot access
- Real solutions on air quality

Utah Planning News (2/15)
- Utah Senate may get tough on drivers who imperil cyclists, pedestrians
- Mayors join chorus seeking cleaner air imperatives from Legislature

Utah Planning News (2/13)
- Bicycle lanes prove to be a spectacle on Capitol Hill
- Huntsville legislator pushes seismic studies of old schools

Utah Planning News (2/12)
- Nation’s top planners to descend on Salt Lake City
- A Vision for Wasatch Front Clean Air - 30 Years from Now
- Democrats’ bills aim to fight Utah’s air pollution
- Brigham City, church reach deal in speech dispute at Mormon temple

Utah Planning News (2/11)
- Eagle Mountain planning a downtown development
- Plan would let Outdoor Retailer visitors help preserve Wasatch Mountains
- What’s Really Required to Clean Up the Air

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