3300 South Corridor Study

The 3300 South Corridor Study is a transportation study that focuses on the pedestrian and cyclist experience along roughly five and a half miles of road through Millcreek City and South Salt Lake. Ranging from five to seven lanes of traffic and including both residential and commercial land uses, the study identifies ways to make the corridor safer, multi-modal, and welcoming. MHTN’s role as a sub-consultant was to identify how the space between the back of street curb to building facade could include site elements that supported a strong sense of place and created a more inviting experience for pedestrians.

Themed site furnishings, art installations, seating, pedestrian lighting, and wayfinding were all incorporated in the final design recommendations as elements to improve the placemaking and streetscape environment along the corridor.

In association with Avenue Consultants

SERVICES: Urban Design, Placemaking, Conceptual Landscape Design

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Design Challenge
Stretches of 3300 South can have up to 50K cars per day, making the street noisy and congested. This plan identifies strategies such as landscaped buffers, wider sidewalks, a multi-use path, and street furnishings to make the streetscape experience more enjoyable.

Millcreek and South Salt Lake, UT  |  5.6 miles  |  2022

Earth Centered
This project aims to support a diversity in transportation modes and create comfortable landscaping that has potential to mitigate urban heat and reduce greenhouse gasses over time.