SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed 49 more bills into law Saturday, including a $1 billion bond for transportation and a controversial law requiring doctors to tell patients that some abortion methods can be reversed. 519 more words
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BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Utah — Construction to save a major tourism road should be finished in about a month, UDOT John Gleason said.
A landslide that claimed part of state Route 12 between Bryce Canyon and Tropic has forced UDOT to close part of the road, leaving one lane left for drivers. 154 more words
• The Walking School Bus app makes walking or biking to school safer than ever.
• With the app, parents can create or join a walking group, coordinate turns walking kids to and from school, and receive an alert when their child arrives safely at school. 158 more words
SALT LAKE CITY — You may have noticed those UDOT signs on the highway, showing a count of 78 deaths at Utah Intersections in 2016. 345 more words
SOUTHERN UTAH – A major tourism road is falling off a cliff in Southern Utah.
“Thankfully, no one has been injured,” said John Gleason, spokesman for Utah Department of Transportation. 189 more words
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Transportation is warning drivers to be more alert as fatalities are increasing on Utah roads in 2017. 168 more words
SALT LAKE CITY — A massive road bond was introduced into the Utah legislature Friday, just before the final days of the session.
It would be the second biggest transportation bond in Utah history, said Senator Wayne Harper, R-Taylorsville, who is sponsoring the proposal. 293 more words