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Salt Lake City asking public to weigh in on 300 West revamp

The Saratoga Springs Police Department is asking residents to take a quick survey about the programs it offers and what new programs should be added.
Salt Lake City is asking the public for their help in reimagining 300 West between 500 South to 2100 South by providing input in the form of a survey. The road is set to be reconstructed in 2021 and 2022.
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SALT LAKE CITY — In 2021 and 2022, city crews are set to reconstruct 300 West from 500 South to 2100 South.

The city is asking residents for their help in reimagining the roadway providing input in the form of a survey that will be used to identify and select improvements that achieve the following goals:

• A safer and more accessible roadway for bicycle, pedestrian and alternative modes of transportation.

• Reduced barriers to access and promote accessibility and active transportation.

• A welcoming and attractive corridor that provides infrastructure to support future growth and economic development.

• Add improvements that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Improvements to the roadway will align with the city’s Complete Streets ordinance and Bicycle-Pedestrian Master Plan. The project is in the early stages and is not anticipated to be under construction until 2021.

The survey, which should take no more than 10 minutes to complete, can be found online at slc.gov/mystreet/2019/04/25/300west.