Tanya Snyder provides a thorough survey of the talking points of five U.S. mayors from a recent Washington Post forum on transportation.
Oct 27, 2014   Streetsblog USA
<p>Liberal Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson has been successfully building support for smart growth during his seven years at the helm of this conservative city. Grist sits down with the Mayor to learn the secret of his success.</p>
Feb 9, 2007   Grist
<p>Developers and local officials are optimistic about plans to integrate walkability into a proposed mixed use development in suburban Salt Lake City, Utah.</p>
Feb 4, 2007   The Salt Lake Tribune
<p>This article from Utah's <em>Deseret Morning News</em> shows images of a large mixed used development designed by Frank Gehry. This development will include the tallest building in Utah.</p>
Feb 3, 2007   Deseret Morning News
<p>A suburban Salt Lake City mayor has expressed interest in adding light rail to a list of desires for his city's long-term planning process. High costs and a low estimated demand are cited by opponents.</p>
Jan 23, 2007   Deseret Morning News
<p>The town of Ogden, Utah, hopes to beef up its economy by promoting itself as an outdoor recreation capital. But some in the community fear that the tourism campaign may further encourage exploitation of the area's decreasingly pristine environment.</p>
Jan 19, 2007   E, The Environmental Magazine
<p>A new rail line set to break ground in Salt Lake City is getting city officials excited about the prospect of increased connectivity and transit oriented development.</p>
Jan 7, 2007   The Salt Lake Tribune
<p>A battle is brewing in Salt Lake City over a proposed skybridge over Main street that would link two shopping centers near Temple Square.</p>
Dec 15, 2006   By Christian Madera
<p>An ordinance has been passed in Salt Lake City, Utah, requiring builders of any commercial, condo or apartment buildings to adhere to LEED green building standards if they are funded or financed by the city.</p>
Nov 11, 2006   The Salt Lake Tribune
<p>Officials in Nevada have made plans to pump water in from a remote and untouched location near the state's border with Utah. Ranchers and environmentalists in Utah are not too happy about it.</p>
Nov 1, 2006   Salt Lake City Weekly
The Mormon Church has unveiled major plans for urban renewal in Salt Lake City, recently presenting its vision for a walkable and mixed-use development complete with housing, commercial uses and public space.
Oct 5, 2006   The Salt Lake Tribune