The concept of the 9-Line Corridor (formerly referred to as the Transvalley Corridor) dates back almost 25 years to the 1992 Open Space Master Plan. The original vision sought to connect east and west Salt Lake City by linking neighborhoods and parks via a system of urban trails. Since that time, a number of planning efforts and studies have been developed that focus on various segments or issues within the corridor such as transportation, land use, redevelopment, and recreation. The review of existing studies (below) summarizes the important role that the 9-Line Corridor can play in connecting, revitalizing, and enhancing the various neighborhoods through which it passes.
Previous planning studies referencing the development of the 9-Line corridor (Transvalley Corridor).