Salt Lake City and its partners are studying options for a mobility hub in the North Temple area.
Mobility hubs are places where different travel options – walking, biking, transit, and shared mobility (like a bike share or scooter share) – come together.
Why does this matter?
They give you more transportation choices and make getting where you need to go easier.
Want to know more? Check out other mobility hubs around the country
What are some key features of Mobility Hubs?
Mobility Hub Elements
In practice, mobility hubs are the sum of their parts. The services and amenities commonly considered in mobility hub planning include the following:
Mobility Hub Study
With your input, combined with analysis of the area, the City will identify a site that:
- supports bus service and transportation connections,
- reflects the community, and
- provides opportunities for new, community-supportive development that adds value to nearby neighborhoods, beyond transportation.
What would you like to see from new investments in the North Temple area? How could a Mobility Hub improve your daily travel? Use this site to share your ideas.
The Study has three phases of community input that will guide the process of selecting a potential mobility hub site and crafting a design:
- Summer 2021: Understanding Needs and Setting Values
- Fall 2021: Evaluating Options
- Early 2022: Choosing Solutions
The mobility hub will likely be built in phases. The City hopes to create small improvements to the site soon after the study’s completion. Larger and more complex construction are expected to take several years, once the City has confirmed a development partner and financing plan.
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