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February 7, 2018, 9:48 AM

UTA is proposing service modifications to routes 33, 35, and 35M along 3300 South and 3500 South in Salt Lake County. Please let us know what you think.

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January 25, 2018, 10:15 AM

Help us define the future of integrated mobility. UTA has developed a 2040 Strategic Plan to guide the agency's vision for integrated mobility going forward. Please take a moment to review our plan and leave us your feedback. 

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May 31, 2017, 10:46 AM

UTA is proposing service modifications to local bus routes 807 and 809 in Utah County. If approved, the changes would take effect in August 2017. Please take a short survey and let us know what you think.

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April 20, 2017, 12:29 PM

Routes 626 and 627 currently only run every 60 minutes on weekdays, with a span of service from 6 or 7 a.m. to about 7 p.m. UTA is proposing to use Prop One funds to improve the headways to every 30 minutes during the morning and evening peak periods, increase the span of service to 9 p.m., realign the routes to serve the Clearfield FrontRunner station, and add hourly Saturday service from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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April 13, 2017, 12:40 PM

Utah Transit Authority is proposing to eliminate routes 664 and 665 in August 2017 due to low ridership. While a transit need exists at Hill Air Force Base, ridership data suggests a traditional fixed route bus is not the best option.  UTA appreciates those who have ridden the 664 and 665 services and hopes an alternative solution is acceptable. UTA is proposing to eliminate the fixed route bus service to Hill Air Force Base and offer vanpool and RideVan Plus as alternative options.

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February 2, 2017, 9:04 AM

Proposal to modify the route 667 schedule to better connect with FrontRunner

Route 667 is the free fare shuttle in Farmington, which connects the Farmington Station to Station Park, Lagoon and downtown Farmington. Due to heavy loads in the summer and connection issues with FrontRunner, the proposal is to modify the schedule to provide better transfers to and from FrontRunner and to spread passenger loads across 667 trips. In order to accomplish this, there would be no service to downtown Farmington in the AM and PM peak periods, and every 60 minutes during the mid-day.

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November 2, 2016, 4:41 PM

Each year, the UTA Board of Trustees establishes a tentative budget for the next year and asks the public for feedback. UTA's 2017 tentative budget focuses on the agency's goals of demonstrating public trust and accountability, running an efficient and sustainable transit system, focusing on service efficiency and the customer experience, and promoting successful transit-oriented communities.

UTA's 2017 tentative budget has been established and is now available for public review and comment. 

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July 23, 2014, 11:02 AM

UTA is currently exploring future transit options for Davis County and is seeking input on what improvements would best help transit in the county.

In the next 30 years, the population in Salt Lake, Davis, Weber and Utah counties is projected to grow by 65 percent with more than 1.4 million new residents. Recent capital projects have created the backbone of a world-class transit system, but additional connections and other improvements are needed to meet the demand created by this continued population growth. Without additional transit improvements air quality will continue to decline, traffic congestion will increase and the quality of life Utahns enjoy will suffer.

We’re interested in your feedback on future Davis County transit. Please take a moment to answer our survey and leave your comments at

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