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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 Matt Cassel at 801-208-3194 or

Master Plan
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.

Completed Projects:
  • 2700 W Buffered Bike Lanes – the city received a SLCO active transportation grant to complete this project
  • “S” Curve widening for bike lanes; $150K+ of the project was paid for by 2 different active transportation grants
  •  Phase I of the 1300 W Frontage Improvement project; $150K of the project was paid for through an active transportation grant
  • Phase I and Phase II of the Rose Creek realignment included 10’ trails on both sides of the creek - the city received a grant for approximately $700K for the realignment project
  • The construction of bike lanes on 4500 W from 13400 S to 13800 S
  • The construction of bike lanes on Old Liberty Way from 12600 S to 13400 S
  • The construction of bike lanes on Majestic Rise Parkway from Mountain View to Old Liberty Way
Projects Under Construction:
  • Phase III of the Rose Creek realignment project; to be completed May of 2022 – the trail portion is included with the realignment - the city received $250 K for the project
    Midas Creek Trail / Welby Jacob canal bridge project; to be completed March of 2022- the city received approximately $200 K grant for this project
Projects Being Designed:
  • Phase II of the 1300 W frontage improvement project – design 90% complete - bid February 2022- the project will complete the construction of a bike lane on the east side of 1300 W from 12600 S to 13200 S
  • Jordan River Trail Stabilization Project - a consultant has been selected for design – the city received a $30K grant to help fund this project
  • Rose Creek Trail Landscaping Project - design 80% complete – advertise March 2022
  • Midas Creek Trailhead Project - consultant has been selected for design

Proposed Map
Active Transportation Proposed Map
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