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    Hwy. 191 widening won’t impact travel … yet

    Highway crews are making improvements to roadway shoulders this week as they continue widening the route. Photo by Doug McMurdo

    Gasoline prices continue fall as motorists stay home

    Utah gas prices have fallen 9.5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.37 per gallon Monday, according to GasBuddy’s daily...

    Widening of Hwy. 191, a $20.5M project, begins

    The Utah Department of Transportation began construction Monday on U.S. Highway 191 from 400 North to the Colorado River bridge, said UDOT...

    Moab gas prices 55 cents above national average

    DeHaan: ‘I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a collapse in prices’ Moab gas prices on Monday were...

    How to get weekly emailed updates on the 191 widening project

    Construction scheduled to begin March 23 The Utah Department of Transportation announced Thursday that the contractor on the Highway...

    Moab, Grand, San Juan team up on transit planning

    Tuesday night, Feb. 25, a Grand County official presented to the Moab City Council an ongoing effort to plan how transit in...

    Per city request, speeds on 191 to slow during construction

    A truck hits the brakes on a section of Highway 191 that will have reduced speeds, at least for the duration...

    City council splinters over parking kerfuffle

    Highway widening project concerns North Main businesses that will lose on-street parking City of Moab efforts to lease...

    Oil prices rebound; fill up now

    Utah gas prices have fallen 0.5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.58 per gallon Monday, according to GasBuddy’s daily...

    UDOT: Highway widening was always going to interfere with tourism

    The Utah Department of Transportation has been undertaking a multitude of public works projects in Moab in recent weeks, the largest of which will continue for months to come.

    Despite pushback, Moab is moving forward with plans for a new parking structure

    As the City of Moab looks to turn $10 million in state funding into a parking garage near the center of downtown...

    UDOT awards Moab North Main widening project

    The Utah Department of Transportation awarded a $20.5 million contract Wednesday, Jan. 29, to Kilgore Contracting, which has operations in the City of Moab...

    Recent frosts may impact local fruit crop

    Palisade expects 90% peach loss Early spring temperatures can often prompt a tree to bloom well before its blossoms...

    Skating into spring

    Photo by Doug McMurdo Skateboarder Steel Lowrey rides the rail at Swanny Park on a warm Tuesday afternoon,...

    Out of the Inversion

    A month of temperature inversion might have put people under a gloomy fog in the valley, but those who ventured out of it were rewarded with amazing photo opportunities...

    Learn how to stay safe in avalanche country Feb. 15-16

    The U.S. Forest Service in partnership with the non-profit Utah Avalanche Center Moab will be holding their annual Backcountry 101...

    Above the inversion

    During inversions in Moab, such as the ones of recent weeks, the air temperatures above the valley rim are higher than...