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Salt Lake City – Government officials unveiled a name, logo and design theme for the new Sugar House Streetcar and Parley’s Trail corridor Thursday morning. The streetcar, will be called the “S Line” and is scheduled to begin operating Dec. 8.
“This event marks another important milestone in the development of the Sugar House Streetcar,” said Salt Lake City Mayor Becker. “The corridor showcases the array of our future neighborhood transportation modes including streetcar, bike and pedestrian paths along with a beautiful public greenway.”
The Sugar House Streetcar project is funded in part by a $26 million U.S. Department of Transportation TIGER II grant that was awarded in 2010. The project has generated more than $400 million in associated development and economic activity. The two-mile route that connects the Central Pointe TRAX station with Highland Drive will feature seven stops and 20-minute service intervals.