Sugar House Street Car
The Sugar House Streetcar is a joint project between UTA, Salt Lake City and South Salt Lake. Project construction began in April 2012 and the line is anticipated to be open in late 2013. Opening day ridership on the 2-mile line is projected to be approximately 3,000 daily riders.
UTA is committed to providing the public with access and information during project construction. If you are interested in being on the project mailing list, click here. If you have a construction-related question and would like to speak with a project representative, please call our construction hotline at 801-236-4798.
Salt Lake City and South Salt Lake are also currently conducting a visioning project for the streetcar corridor and exploring what could come in later phases of streetcar. For more information on the visioning project, visit www.shstreetcar.com.
Since the completion of the Sugar House Streetcar Environmental Assessment in November 2010 and issuance of the Finding of No Significant Impact in February 2011, some design changes have occurred to the project. The key design changes include 1) shifting the proposed streetcar track to the south within the UTA owned right-of-way, and 2) moving some of the stations, The specific changes are described in the Re-Evaluation for the Track Shift and the Re-Evaluation for the Station Changes.To view the design changes, select from below:
To view the various documents for the Sugar House Street Car Project go to our Public Records web site and search in the Capitol Projects section using the search term "SugarHouse"