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Project Overview

Bus Rapid Transit or BRT combines the capacity and speed of light rail with the lower cost construction of an integrated bus system. Once complete, Ogden Express (formerly route 603) will provide riders a clean-air ride in an electric bus from the Ogden FrontRunner Station, through downtown, along dedicated bus lanes in the center of the road on Harrison Boulevard and through the Weber State University campus, and to McKay-Dee Hospital. When operational, riders will be able to catch the bus every 10-15 minutes on weekdays and 15-30 minutes on weekends. The project will benefit the community by reducing vehicle trips, supporting the economy and providing transportation choices.

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Transit Improvements

Roadway/Pedestrian/Bike Improvements

23rd Street
Road reconstruction

Washington Blvd
Road reconstruction & pedestrian crossings    

25th Street
Road reconstruction
Harrison Blvd
New widened roads, pedestrian crossings
& adding turn lanes on 32nd & 36th Streets

WSU Campus
New shared use path with road reconstruction
pedestrian crossings and bike lanes

4400 South
Road reconstruction


Utah Transit Authority, Jacobs Engineering, AECOM, WCEC, and Stacy and Witbeck have partnered to design and construct the Ogden Express (OGX) line over the next three years. Project segments will be constructed simultaneously in multiple locations to ensure project completion in a timely manner.

Updates this week:

Washington Blvd.

  • OGX station platform work will resume with canopy installation in summer 2022.

25th Street

  • Not related to the OGX project, Ogden City is replacing a waterline on Adams Ave. between 25th and 26th streets. More information is available by calling the City's project hotline: (800) 292-3557 or emailing marty.asay@wcg.us.
  • Roadway excavation, subgrade placement, prep for curb/gutter installation and utility work (lighting) are planned next week between Washington and Adams. Utility work (lighting, telecom) continues between Adams and Jefferson. Pedestrian access to The Monarch is maintained from the north side of 25th Street via Washington Blvd. and Adams Ave.
  • Adams Ave. is closed to thru-traffic between 24th and 26th streets to facilitate utility installations. Pedestrian access and on-street parking on Adams are maintained. The UTA bus stop on the 603 route at 25th & Adams is closed and riders may board the bus at 26th & Ogden Ave.
  • OGX station platform and utility work continues near the Jefferson Ave., Monroe Blvd. and Harrison Blvd. intersections, with sidewalk detours for this work.
  • 25th Street is closed between Harrison Blvd. and Van Buren Ave. for station work and thru-traffic is detoured to 24th Street. The UTA bus stops on the 603 route at 25th & Harrison are closed and riders may board the bus on Harrison Blvd. just south of 25th Street and also at 24th & Jackson Ave.
  • Reconstruction continues between Washington Blvd. and Jefferson Avenue. 25th Street is closed to thru-traffic and on-street parking is closed in the work zone. Business parking is maintained on side-streets and other designated areas. Pedestrian access is maintained to all businesses.
  • Crews expect to pave and reopen Washington to Adams to traffic by early to mid-June and Adams to Jefferson by early to mid-July.

Harrison Blvd.

  • Crews plan to relocate a waterline at the 36th Street intersection between the hours of 8 p.m. on Thursday (May 19) and 6 a.m. on Friday (May 20). Nighttime lane restrictions will be effective on Harrison Blvd. Water service interruptions are not expected but residents north of the intersection to 35th Street, south to 40th Street and west of 36th Street to approximately Quincy Ave. may experience fluctuations in water pressure.
  • Utility work, excavation, subgrade placement and prep for curb/gutter are planned next week at Harrison Plaza (north of 32nd Street) and south of 36thStreet.
  • Waterline service connections are expected to begin on northbound Harrison in late May, with nighttime lane restrictions on Harrison for this work.
  • 32nd Street is closed from the west side of Harrison Blvd. to Brinker Ave. and traffic is detoured to 36th Street for reconstruction activities. Curb/gutter/sidewalk/driveway installations and roadway paving are planned next week.
  • Retaining wall construction continues on northbound Harrison Blvd. between 35th and 36th streets.
  • Sidewalk is closed on the west side of Harrison Blvd. between 32nd and 35th streets to facilitate sidewalk replacement. The school crosswalk at Harrison Blvd./33rd Street has been temporarily relocated to 35th Street and law enforcement is actively monitoring the 20 mph school zone on Harrison. Pedestrians are detoured to Van Buren and Brinker avenues to 32nd, 35th and 36th streets.
  • Sidewalk and driveway replacements continue on southbound Harrison between 33rd and 35th streets. Access is maintained to all properties.
  • Reconstruction continues through late spring 2022 on southbound Harrison Blvd. between 31st and 37th Streets. Traffic is shifted to the east side of the street and two lanes are maintained in each direction during daytime hours. Business and residential accesses are maintained.
  • Crews expect to pave southbound Harrison by early June and switch traffic to begin northbound reconstruction by mid-June.

Weber State University

  • OGX station canopy installation and irrigation and landscaping work are planned next week on central campus.
  • Traffic signal work continues at Village Drive.
  • Roadway grading, subgrade placement and prep for curb/gutter installation are planned next week between 4225 S., Country Hills Dr. and the Ice Sheet.
  • Utility and concrete work continue next week at the Dee Events Center OGX station.

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Environmental Assessment

An Environmental Assessment (EA) was completed for the project in 2019. The purpose of the EA was to identify the environmental effects associated with project construction and operation and to provide agencies and the public an opportunity to review and comment on the effects of the proposed project. The EA evaluated impacts to socioeconomic, environmental, and transportation conditions in the project area and what further actions or mitigation could be implemented to address the identified impacts.

Finding of No Significant Impact


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