New Bike Lanes for Payson, Utah


By Charles Pekow

Cycling West - Cycling Utah Magazine logoNew bike lanes will be included in the I-15/Payson Main Street Interchange (exit 250) project in Payson, Utah. The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and Federal Highway Administration announced a final decision to go ahead with the project, unless anyone files suit to block it by August 5, 2019.

The project will include bike lanes along Main Street and Nebo Beltway, as part of the Payson City General Plan to increase multi-use trails around town and connect to regional trails. The bike lanes will connect to the planned Highway 198 Connector Trail. All told, 3.6 miles of new bike lanes will be added.



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Charles Pekow
Charles Pekow is an award-winning Washington correspondent who has written about bicycling for years in publications such as the Washington Post, Bicycle Times, Dirt Rag, SPOKES, etc. as well as Cycling West/Cycling Utah. He also writes frequently on environmental issues and beer, among other topics. Weather permitting, you'll find him most weekends and some summer evenings astride a bicycle in a park. He is also a charter member of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy.


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