The S-Line is Utah’s first modern trolley and connects residential and commercial areas in Sugar House and South Salt Lake City. The two-mile line provides riders with a convenient and neighborhood-friendly way to visit parks, shops and restaurants and connect with TRAX and bus lines. The line runs in a historic rail corridor alongside a bike and pedestrian greenway, with connections to the Parley’s Trail system.
S-Line fare must be purchased before boarding at an on-platform ticket vending machine or UTA customer service location. Riders can also pay using FAREPAY cards or other forms of electronic payment by tapping the card on the card reader before boarding and after exiting the train. S-Line fare is good for two hours after first boarding, and includes a free transfer to bus or TRAX during that time. Riders can purchase an upgrade to transfer to FrontRunner.
The S-Line opened on Dec. 8, 2013. The S-Line operates on a single track, with individual cars powered by an overhead electric line. The S-Line can reach a top speed of 25 miles per hour and has seven stops along the alignment.