The Layton Midtown Crossing is set to open June 25. According to Utah Department of Transportation...
The Layton Midtown Crossing is set to open June 25. According to Utah Department of Transportation spokesman Vic Saunders, a ceremony will be held prior to the opening, at 10:30 a.m. Monday near the parking lot of the Tinseltown theater, 720 W. 1500 North.
The road, connecting Weber State University to the east and the Riverdale Road commercial corridor to the west, is being widened to handle growing traffic.
A $32 million project to build the station on BDO grounds just east of Stewart Drive is listed on the Wasatch Front Regional Council’s latest Transportation Improvement Program.
In April, a grassroots group called “Residents’ Voices United on 89” filed the suit in 3rd District Court in Salt Lake County.
The West Davis Corridor has long been a divisive issue in northern Utah. It could soon create a physical divide, too, establishing a border between the booming Wasatch Front development to the east and wildlife and wetland habitat to the west.
As part of Saturday’s celebration, two groups of cyclists — one beginning their trek in Ogden and the other in Provo — will ride the trail and meet at Jordan River Bridge.
A local agreement to help fund the prolonged Ogden Bus Rapid Transit project needs one more approval before stakeholders can begin to persuade the federal government to chip in.