Salt Lake City is seeking public input for their transit master plan. This is a critical document and vision for Sugar House as it will hopefully guide future expansion of the trolley service and/or bus routes. Don’t miss out on your chance to give your input NOW.
The Streetcar is up and running and we want to give you information on this transportation alternative. Currently the streetcar terminates at McClelland St at Fairmont Park in Sugar House. It connects to the main Trax line at Central Pointe. The schedule currently runs a car every 20 minutes, but check UTA for more updated times.
The greenway is part of the Parleys trail running through Sugar House. The greenway is a trail alongside the streetcar for pedestrians and bicyclists. The Salt Lake City portion is complete and open for use. The South Salt Lake portion is still under construction and at this time the greenway will terminate at the Main St/State St streetcar stop.
Currently, Salt Lake City has applied for federal funds to help extend the streetcar line to Highland Dr and north along Highland Dr to 2100 S. No word yet on timing for this extension. In 2013, the City Council adopted the preferred alignment heading north along 1100 East. There are no plans to address this alignment at this time and the preferred alignment is the decision on record.