UTA increases options for July 24th holiday schedule | Provo News
The Utah Transit Authority offers additional services to residents and visitors of the state making their way to Salt Lake City to celebrate the July 24th holiday.
“UTA will offer additional TRAX and FrontRunner services ahead of the Days of ’47 Parade on Friday, July 23rd. Bus and paratransit will run on a regular Saturday schedule, ”said Carl Arky, UTA spokesman.
With the thousands of people typically coming to the Salt Lake City area for the parade, rodeo, and other events and family get-togethers, UTA hopes to provide more options for drivers and keep fewer cars off the affected downtown streets, especially at Friday, the national holiday, as July 24th falls on a Saturday.
For more information, visit http://rideuta.com/events for full timetables or download the transit app and use it to plan a trip.
The following schedule has been published by UTA:
Front runner: It will run every 60 minutes throughout the day, with additional morning trips as follows.
Departure at 4:53 am heading north from Provo Central Station.
From 5:08 a.m. heading south from Ogden Central Station.
Exit North Temple Station and transfer to the TRAX Green Line for downtown Salt Lake City.
TRAX: It will run every 30 minutes throughout the day, with additional morning trips.
Northbound service begins at 6:28 am from Draper Town Center station.
Southbound service begins at 6:43 a.m. from Salt Lake Central Station.
Northbound service begins at 6:06 am from Daybreak Parkway Station.
Southbound service begins at 6:20 a.m. from Medical Center Station.
Northbound service begins at 6:08 am from West Valley Central Station.
The service to the south starts at 6:08 a.m. from the airport train station.
S-line tram: it will run every 30 minutes throughout the day, with additional trips in the morning.
Westbound service begins at 6:17 am from Fairmont Station.
Eastbound service begins at 6:02 am from Central Pointe Station.
On Saturday UTA runs regular Saturday timetables with bus, TRAX, FrontRunner and the S-Line tram.