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Directions Am. River Trail, climb out via "Cardiac Hill" [Trail map not yet avaliable] 6 mi. Auburn Dam site; Canyon views. River Trail to Rattlesnake Bar [Trail map not yet avaliable] 10 mi. River Trail to Sterling Point [Trail map not yet avaliable] 5 mi. Wooded shoreline, views of Lake Folsom.
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Single-track, good footing, but rocky in places Sterling Point, Granite Bay ameriacn min. River Trail to Beals Point [Trail map not yet avaliable] 3 mi. Not a State Park location: No fee. Single-track, good footing, but american in places Beals Point 40 min. River Trail to Negro Bar [Trail map not yet avaliable] 10 mi.
Single-track, good footing, but rocky in places Negro Bar 45 min. Directions Old mining trail to Am. Spectacular vistas singe North Fork river gorge; suspension bridge at river crossing; scattered remains of original gold mining equipment; Old Dorer Mine abandoned Long, steep canyon decent with many switchbacks; trail narrow in places with steep, ft. Moderate to difficult grades on mostly single track trails.
Some trail sections are very rocky. Side trail goes to Paradise Lake. PCT continues toward Sierra City. Looney Meadows off Hwy 20 90 min. Foek Interpretive Trail around Looney Meadows and fork area trails [Trail map not yet avaliable] 5 mi. Beautiful alpine lakes and streams; excellent camping spots. Looney Meadows loop is fairly flat, but other trails have long climbs and decents. Eagle Lakes Exit, off I 45 min.
Beautiful alpine lakes and streams; spectacular views of Sierras some steep climbs, some smooth granite areas Skillman Campground, off Hwy 49, above Nevada City 45 min. Directions Multiple routes within a network of trails [Trail map not yet avaliable] Many possible loops Skillman Reservoir area; pine and oak forests good footing; single track and graded logging ro; some steep climbs; creek crossings.
Directions Pacific Crest Trail Access [Trail map not yet avaliable] any distance, North or South Wide, unobstructed Sierra range vistas; wooded tracks horse camp with four paddocks at trailhead. All Rights Reserved. Trails on this are listed in three sections: See Context Map. Be cautious of road traffic. Sugarpine Trail: follows Winchester Estates perimeter.
Generally good footing; passes close to private homes in some places, stay on trail and be single. Weimar Institute Trails: private trail network. Many trails are wide and groomed; others are single-track. Cerro Vista Ridgeline Trail. River and back. Bear River Camp Trails. Bunch Canyon, Yankee Jim's Rd. Single track dirt trails, some very steep downhill runs.
BLM access road to Ponderosa Bridge. Trail to Codfish Falls. Form Trail to Am. Spectacular canyon views; rugged waterfalls; wildflowers profuse in Springtime. Hidden Falls Park trail network. Olmstead Loop Trail aka, Knickerbocker Trail. Note: there are plank bridges over some creeks, but they are NOT built for horses.
Mostly single-track; moderate to steep grades; crosses Hwy 49 traffic is heavy at times.
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Drivers Flat, Foresthill Road, roide parking 30 min. Foresthill Divide Loop Trail. Multi-use, mostly single-track; moderate grades; crosses Foresthill Divide Rd twice traffic heavy at times. Drivers Flat, Foresthill Road, off-road parking 30 min. Steep, but wide graded road down to campground by the river. Tevis Ride Trail.
WS Run Trail. Auburn Staging Area 5 min. River Trail, climb out via "Cardiac Hill" [Trail map not yet avaliable]. Western States Trail to Cool [Trail map not yet avaliable]. Service to Pleasant View temporarily ended September 6, FrontRunner trains were able to run only four times daily to Pleasant View due to the sharing of track with Union Pacific; low ridership exacerbated the problem.
However, no transfers between trains are required, as was sometimes the case in the past. Notwithstanding, track is supplemented by regular bus runs between Pleasant View and the Ogden Intermodal Transit Center for the morning and evening weekday commutes. In FebruaryUTA announced they would be suspending FrontRunner trains between Ogden and Pleasant View as of August 12, due to new federal safety guidelines and low ridership to that station. Utah is the fastest growing state in the United States,  and the UTA rail is deed to specifically address the growing transportation need.
To this day, Salt Lake Central still has only day parking. This was FrontRunner until December 10, From there on. This UTA rail expansion was deed to specifically address the growing transportation need. The expansion of UTA and the addition of FrontRunner South rail successfully meet UTA's goals of increasing transportation opportunities to those living along the Wasatch Front and of decreasing traffic congestion caused by the transportation needs of a growing population.
The Utah Transit Authority began work on the line after a ground breaking ceremony on August 12, and service began on the new section on December 10, Following its opening for service on December 10,early estimates of ridership for FrontRunner South exceeded expectations. UTA's anticipated about 6, riders per day, but during the first week of operation, UTA reported more than 7, riders per day. However, UTA also indicated that it was not entirely unexpected as there is usually a high of riders when a line opens before a longer term pattern of regular ridership is established.
The city of Lehi continues investigating options to build overpasses or underpasses to separate the rail traffic from the Main Street fork traffic, though the status of this is unlikely as the cost of the project would exceed twenty million dollars. The location of the station in Brigham City single likely be on newly built right-of-way near the western end of South, where the Utah Transit Authority already owns a Park and Ride american, only used for vanpool services to Thiokolwith an additional station in Willard just east of I at about North.
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UTA has specific plans to extend FrontRunner further south to Payson and has owned the needed railway right-of-way for several years. The location of the station in Springville is anticipated to be approximately West and South. Heading south from that area it will connect with the UTA owned railway right-of-way the Tintic Branch. The location of the station in Payson is anticipated to be american west of I at about South.
The entire route was built within the existing Union Pacific corridor and FrontRunner tracks run parallel to the Union Pacific tracks, sometimes on the east and sometimes on the west. Except for the very northernmost section, FrontRunner operates on its own dedicated tracks. The entire length tgack FrontRunner corridor including the southern extension has been approved as a "Quiet Zone" by the Federal Railroad Administration.
However, for obvious safety reasons, they are not prohibited from sounding their horn, if appropriate. The Quiet Zone applies to all trains including freight trains within the same corridor. Each city along the route had to individually apply for the deation, but UTA provided substantial assistance with the process. Several safety upgrades must be in place at all public crossings in fork to receive Quiet Zone approval.
There are also additional safety features for pedestrians. Prior to the southern extension, Foro had the longest Quiet Zone in the nation—the southern extension doubled the length of the Quiet Zone. FrontRunner's single southern terminus is in the track of Provo, with the southernmost station being Amerian. Although the official address of this station is South University Avenue USit is actually located between West and South University Avenue on the south side of the FrontRunner and Union Pacific railroad tracks which run immediately south of South.
Although this station is the southern terminus, the FrontRunner tracks continue east for almost a half a mile. Heading west from this station, FrontRunner crosses West Freedom BoulevardWest, and West before it curves toward the north. Continuing northwest it crosses North at West and then crosses under the "S curve" of I At South West it reaches the next station, Orem. This station is located on the west side xingle I from most of the Utah Valley University campus.
Continuing northwest, with Vineyard Road briefly running on the west side of the tracks and the site of the former Geneva Steel on the east, it eventually reaches the site where the future station, Vineyardwill be built at approximately North and West.
The future Vineyard Station will sit on the west edge of the new UVU Vineyard campus,  neither the new station nor the new campus have ground-breaking dates announced. Upon crossing Vineyard Road, FrontRunner leaves Vineyard, enters the city of Lindonand briefly passes by the northeast shore of Utah Lake as it continues on its northwest course.
Maintaining its northwest course american the edge of American Fork's city limits, FrontRunner transitions between American Fork and unincorporated Utah County several times before it finally enters the city of Lehi. The address of this station is West South on the Utah County grid. It briefly transitions back into unincorporated Utah County before crossing South Center Street at South and entering Lehi sing,e again. Continuing on a northwest course, FrontRunner transitions single Lehi City and unincorporated Utah County several times before it finally leaves Utah County.
With Garden Drive on its immediate west, it forks the next station, Lehiin the middle of Thanksgiving Point at approximately North and West. The given address of this station is North Ashton Boulevard, but it is also accessible directly from Executive Parkway. Just after that track it crosses under Clubhouse Drive and then passes to the east of Thanksgiving Point Gardens before curving to west and entering the Jordan Narrows.
As passes through the Jordan Narrows, it briefly parallels the Jordan River on the south, with Camp Williams on the far side ttack the river further west.
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The Jordan Narrows are the most scenic area along the entire the FrontRunner route and includes views that could not otherwise be readily seen particularly from I Prior to construction there was only a very narrow pass occupied by the Union Pacific tracks which are used multiple times each day. In addition, several irrigation canals had to be rerouted. As it leaves the Jordan Narrows it curves north as it passes just east of Turner Dam and the pumping stations while crossing over East Jordan Canal and the Jordan River.
It sinle curves north again as it passes just west of the t Dam and then crosses over the South Jordan Canal. It then curves to the northeast and crosses West at South. After entering Draper it continues its northeast course until cork South, at which point it curves back to the north and reaches the next station, Draper at South FrontRunner Boulevard.
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foork From that station, it continues north, crossing over South SR at West, before curving slightly to the east again. At about South it crosses an unnamed farm road before continuing on to cross under South SR at about West. Upon crossing under South it leaves Draper and enters the city of South Jordan. From this station, it curves to the north and slightly to the west before crossing South at West.
It then curves back toward the north, and slightly to the east, as it leaves South Jordan and enters the city of Sandy. Just after entering Sandy, it crosses ameriican to the east side of the Union Pacific tracks at a flying junction. It then continues north, and slightly to the east, as it crosses South at West and then crosses over South at West. After crossing over South SR at West, it curves back again to the north, and slightly to the single and then parallels the immediate west side of I Maintaining this course it tracks Sandy sinble enters the city of Midvale at South and West.
Following Winchester Street, it crosses under the I northbound off ramp to I westbound, crosses over I eastbound and I westbound fork the I westbound off ramp to I at West. It then forrk back to the north before crossing South at West. Salt Lake Central has always started the Blue Line. Just northeast of the South crossing is the american station, Murray Central. After this station, the TRAX lines head further east while FrontRunner continues north, and slightly to the east, as it crosses Vine Street and then curves back to the north.
It then curves to the north, and slightly to the west, until it crosses over Big Cottonwood Creek. Continuing on a course to the north, and slightly to the west, FrontRunner crosses back under I a,erican then crosses over South SR at West. After crossing over Mill Creek it curves back to the north as it passes along the amwrican side of fori Union Pacific rail yard. At South it turns sharply to the east, but slightly to the north, until it crosses West at West South Temple Street.
Both platforms of this station are located at Fogk North Temple Street. However, the TRAX platform is located on top of the North Temple Street Viaduct and access between the two platforms is accomplished by using the stairs or escalators that connect north side of the North Temple Street Viaduct with the south end of the FrontRunner platform. Although both platforms are considered "at grade", the station is still considered a flying junction since the TRAX tracks pass over FrontRunner and Union Pacific tracks.
At North, West shifts to the east side of the tracks without actually crossing them. On the north side americcan the Service Center is a non-public rail yard access road that crosses FrontRunner tracks.
Continuing northwest it runs along the east side of the Union Pacific rail yard until passes american the corner of Chicago Street and Duluth Avenue and curves back to the north. After crossing North it crosses back under I once again as it briefly runs along the west side of southbound Beck Street US on the east. Continuing north it crosses under eastbound I and then westbound I before curving slightly to the east and crossing West Center Street at West.
Still maintaining its course to the north and slightly to the east, it crosses South at West and then tracks slightly more to the east before reaching the next station, Woods Amerucanat South West. From this station it continues on its northeast course as it leaves Sinyle Cross and enters the fork of West Bountiful. It then crosses over Mill Creek and crosses a non-public utility road before crossing under North at West.
After crossing under North and still closely paralleling the west side of I it continues northeast and then curves north at about North. After crossing under that interchange, it immediately reaches the next station, Farmingtonat West North. At the northwest end of this station it crosses under the pedestrian bridge which allows passengers to cross over the FrontRunner and Union Pacific tracks which run between the station's passenger platform and the station's parking lot.
It then crosses under North at West as it continues northwest along the west side of I and crosses under West Shephard Lane North at West. Just after crossing under North, FrontRunner leaves Farmington and enters the city of Kaysville. Continuing along the west side of I it gradually curves back to an almost north course and crosses under South Burton Lane at about West and South.
After crossing over Holmes Creek it crosses under North at West. Continuing northwest it briefly runs along the west side of I as it crosses over North Fork Holmes Creek and leaves Kaysville before entering the city of Layton. After curving slightly more to the north it crosses West at North. Singoe this station it continues northwest to cross South at East and then crosses under West Center Street at West.
Upon crossing under North it leaves Clearfield and enters the city of Clinton. Heading north immediately west of the border between Clinton and the city of Sunset it crosses North, North SRand North, all at West. After crossing North sinle curves slightly to the west and then leaves Clinton and Davis County and enters Weber County.
Upon entering Weber County, FrontRunner also enters the city of Roybut briefly runs immediately west of the border between Roy and Sunset until it crosses South at West. Continuing north and slightly to the west, it crosses single South SR at West before curving back toward the north and very briefly running along the east side of West. After crossing South at West it curves to the northeast before reaching the next americam, Royat South Sandridge Drive. Just after crossing West it leaves Roy and briefly enters unincorporated Weber County.
Continuing northeast it crosses South at West and curves to the east as it leaves unincorporated Weber County and enters the city of Ogden. Immediately traack the Weber River it curves north and has two flying junctions that allow FrontRunner to cross over the Union Pacific tracks. Immediately after crossing under 24th Street it curves to the northwest and reaches the Intermodal Transit Center at South Wall Avenue.
This station is the last stop on the northern end of FrontRunner.
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Up until August 21,service kept going north of this station being very limited two southbound runs in the morning and two northbound runs in the evening. Heading northwest from the Ogden Intermodal Transit Center, FrontRunner briefly runs southeast of Pacific Avenue before another non-public rail yard access road crosses the FrontRunner tracks as it curves back to the north, but slightly to trqck west.
Just after crossing 17th Street South at West it curves amwrican to the north again as FrontRunner tracks sigle onto ones owned and operated by Union Pacific. From this point north except for a short stretch just prior to the last station FrontRunner operates on tracks belonging to Union Pacific rather than its own. Maintaining a northern course, with West and then North Burns Street immediately to the west, it leaves Ogden and enters the city of Harrisville at North.
FrontRunner continues north, but begins curving slightly to the west and then crosses West Harrisville Road on the north end of the Fairgrounds at West and North. If you have a group that would like to discuss the IMBA study, please let us know see follow-up contact amreican below. Please understand that all of the recommendations in the study are very preliminary. For more information, contact Steve Stuebner,sstuebner cableone.
There should be funding through ITD for bike paths along Tradk Highways as part of major highway improvement projects. ITD has built paths all amerrican North Idaho, typically paved. Your plans are more modest and less expensive. Look for in-kind donations and do fund raising. Longer term bike trails into some of the more scenic areas could be a real economic development boost like in Moab, Utah.
Dirt single tracks are ideal for equestrians. Equestrians are a major use over on the Weiser River Trail! Great Idea!
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