State Street - Salt Lake City
State Street in Salt Lake City runs South from the Utah Capitol building in Salt Lake City to Draper. It is about 22 miles in length. State Street is one of the longest commercial thoroughfare in the country.
I have actually found State Street to be one of the better bicycle routes from the South Valley into downtown. The southern end of State Street, where the road is preparing to merge into the Interstate is the most dangerous section for bikes. The little dip at 7400, where State Street drops below the Trax line is also a little bit of challenge. The road narrows and you have to take a full lane.
- Salt Lake City (484 pictures) State Street is the "main drag" in Salt Lake City.
- Highway 89 (20 pictures) State Street is a section of US 89.
- Capitol Buildings (29 pictures) The Capitol Building Stands on the Northern end of State.
- The Wasatch Mountains (131 pictures) The road gives you several interesting views of the Wasatch Mountains.
- UTA Trax (172 pictures) The Trax Line parallels State Street from 10000 South in Sandy to the City Central Station in downtown. Trax crosses State at about 7400 South.
- City County Building and Court House (44 pictures) The City County building between 400 and 500 South is the most "stately" building on the street.
- Murray, Utah (149 pictures) Murray is in the center of the Salt Lake Valley (around 5000 South).
- Draper, Utah (9 pictures) The town of Draper Starts at the far South End of State Street.
- South Temple (218 pictures) South Temple Crosses State Street in Downtown Salt Lake City at the center of the Salt Lake City grid system.
- IHC Campus (63 pictures) The new IHC hospital in Murray is a new landmark in the Salt Lake Valley.
- Murray City Park (84 pictures) This gallery shows additional pictures of Murray City Park.
- Gallivan Plaza (45 pictures) The Gallivan Center is between State and Main in Salt Lake City.
- Independence Square - Murray (8 pictures) Independence Square is an office complex at 5600 South in Murray.