Sections of Parley's Trail Completed:
Bonneville Shoreline Connection
Parley's Crossing
Parley's Historic Nature Park
Sugar House Park

Sections of Parley's Trail Partially Funded and Currently Under Construction:
The Draw at Sugar House
S-Line Greenway
Roper Rail Yard

Sections of Parley's Trail Unfunded with Alignment Undetermined:
I-80 Corridor
Sugar House Business District
Central Pointe
Jordan River Connection



OUR MISSION: To assist city, county, state, federal agencies, and other public and private partners in completing a shared-use path along I-80 via Parley’s Creek to Sugar House and South Salt Lake, through the S-Line Streetcar Corridor to connect the Bonneville Shoreline Trail with the Provo-Jordan River Parkway.

The Parley’s Rails, Trails and Tunnels (PRATT) Coalition is a 501(c)(3) organization.
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South Salt Lake is receiving $105,000 in grants from Salt Lake County for the Parley’s Trail crossing at 300 West. The crossing will be either alongside the Green Trax line or at the end of Haven Ave. The planning and design phase for completing the trail from 300 West to 900 West is nearly finished. Stay tuned for updates.

This funding for the crossing is part Salt Lake County’s plan to make commuter bicycle routes safer. Sixteen projects in eight cities and unincorporated areas will receive $814,500 from the County this year. In addition, the county will spend $300,000 on a bike transportation master plan to coordinate efforts between cities and unincorporated parcels. “Salt Lake County is including cycling as part of the transportation future for our fast-growing metropolitan area,” County Mayor Ben McAdams said at a news conference.

The tunnel connects Sugar House Park to Hidden Hollow

Opening of The Draw at Sugar House. Photo from @solysombraphotos

Join us for the Grand Opening of The Draw. This Friday at 10:30am.

"The Draw — a tunnel — comprises three interwoven trails, a bicycle and pedestrian highway crossing, a wildlife migration corridor and a series of landscape features meant to evoke the historical journey of the Mormon pioneers into the Salt Lake Valley."

"Runners, bikers, walkers, commuters, park goers, city dwellers and shoppers: Get ready for Sugar House’s upcoming triumph."

“The tunnel will accommodate commuters, people who come down from the east side, people who want to stroll or walk, or get to Hidden Hollow,” Gilmore says. “This really provides so much better, safe access to the Sugarhouse Commons area and back and forth to Sugarhouse Park.”

The Draw at Sugar House under construction. Photo by Laurie Bray

The Draw at Sugar House under construction. Photo by Laurie Bray