Big changes are coming to many UTA bus routes. Starting Sunday, August 16, we’re adding service and increasing frequency on select bus routes throughout Weber, Davis, Salt Lake and Utah counties.

Sunday service

UTA is adding Sunday service to several bus routes to help riders reach weekend destinations. Routes 6 and 516 will provide Sunday service to Salt Lake Central Station to help riders connect with TRAX and other buses. Routes 39 and 45 will also offer Sunday service, increasing Sunday public transportation options in Millcreek, Murray and Holladay. Routes 21 54, 220, and 519 have also enhanced their existing Sunday schedules.

More Frequent Service

We’re also increasing frequency on key bus routes to get riders to their destinations quickly and conveniently. Riders headed to the University of Utah can take advantage of route 2X’s 15 minute service during morning hours. Route 220 will offer 15 minute service all day to help riders travel from the east side of the valley to the University of Utah and other downtown destinations. Weber State students can enjoy more convenient Saturday service between campus and the Ogden FrontRunner Station, with 15-minute service on route 603 between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Also in Ogden, route 612 will run every 15 minutes until 7 p.m. Route 470 will provide greater service to Weber, Davis and Salt Lake Counties, with 30 minute service on Saturdays from mid-morning until 9 p.m. Utah County received 15-minute service on route 850 in April and will have additional trips added to route 841 to help riders travel between the Orem FrontRunner Station and Utah Valley University.

These service enhancements are part of an effort to respond to rider feedback for more service and pass money saved through operational efficiency to the public. You can see information about enhanced S-Line and TRAX service here. New bus and rail schedules are available at www.rideuta.com/mc/?page=RidingUTA-RouteChanges.