Active Transportation Vision Statement:
Riverton City will improve residents' quality of life and promote biking and walking by providing a safe, convenient and comfortable bicycling and pedestrian network for transportation and recreation.
Active Transportation Goals:
Planning & Design
- Plan and implement a safe and connected network of biking and walking facilities that serve a variety of users.
- Develop robust biking and walking infrastructure to and around Riverton's key activity centers and destinations.
- Prioritize and invest in connections to key centers and destinations.
- Develop a funding strategy to leverage and optimize investment in the Active Transportation Network.
- Develop a suite of programs to encourage active transportation trips.
Contact Brian Moore at 801-208-3153 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view Riverton City's Active Transportation Master Plan, please click on the button below.
View Active Transportation Plan
Click here to view a draft of Appendix A, Bicycle and Trail Design Guidelines.
- 2700 W Buffered Bike Lanes: Complete buffered bicycle lanes from 11800 S. to 12600 S. - Completed
- Midas Creek Trail Connections: Complete the trail west of Bangerter Highway - Construction 2017
- 13400 S west of 2700 W: Extend road right-of way to add bicycle lanes - Construction 2017
- 12600 S from Bangerter to Mountain View Corridor: Add width for bicycle lanes - Construction 2018