Entries by Utah Clean Cities

Zion National Park’s shuttles are falling apart, but there is no funding to replace them. Why?

Editor’s Note: This is the first story in a three part series about regional transportation in southern Utah for citizens and tourists alike.  Every day, packed shuttles chug through Zion National Park carrying thousands of hikers, bikers, tourists and locals into the country’s third most visited National Park. The nearly 40 buses they have on hand have carried […]

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UCC Statement of Solidarity in Racial Justice, Equity and Accessibility

UCC Statement of Solidarity in Racial Justice, Equity and Accessibility Utah Clean Cities acknowledges and condemns racism, racially motivated violence and discrimination in all of its forms. We support and demand justice among communities of color, in Utah and nationwide.  Systemic racism demands systemic solutions that are based on listening, learning, empathy, solidarity and action. […]

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Monitoring the Novel COVID-19 Pandemic

To our valued Clean Cities Members, Stakeholders and Colleagues: The Utah Clean Cities Team is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and understands that these are trying times. It is the priority of our organization to keep our coalition and community members healthy and safe so that we may overcome the challenges we currently face.  We […]

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Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Resilience

By Brinley Wilson, Utah Clean Cities  The concepts of emergency resiliency and preparedness are of critical importance to Utah Clean Cities. As a coalition, we believe incorporating biodiesel, electric, natural gas, and propane vehicles into emergency fleets can diversify energy portfolios and create reliant transportation alternatives. On Wednesday, March 18 at 7:09 AM, a magnitude […]