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In response to public feedback, the Utah Transit Authority is offering free extended parking as part of a one-year pilot program. Beginning July 1, UTA passengers can park their cars free of charge for an unlimited amount of time at most TRAX and FrontRunner lots. The program also eliminates the current fee requirement at the Draper and Jordan Valley stations.

The pilot program is designed to help UTA riders conveniently connect to the Salt Lake International Airport.

“Many riders have expressed the desire for an affordable solution that would allow them to park their cars, get on a train and head straight to the airport,” said UTA General Manager Michael Allegra. “Free extended parking will make it easier for riders to utilize our system as they travel out of town.”

Over the next year, UTA will measure parking lot usage and monitor costs, maintenance requirements, impacts to snow removal and security issues before determining if the program will be extended.

The pilot program excludes eight lots where parking is near capacity or overnight parking is restricted due to a conditional use permit. At these lots, parking is allowed for up to 24 hours.

UTA will continue its existing parking lot security measures, which include regular patrols and video surveillance. UTA is not responsible for damage and theft and encourages riders to practice common-sense precautions such as locking their vehicles and making sure that valuables are not visible inside their cars. Suspicious activity should be reported to 801-287-EYES or by texting “UTA Tip” to CRIMES.

UTA retains the right to change or end the pilot program at any time to best serve the needs and safety of the public. Parking in UTA lots is allowed for transportation purposes only. Cars that have been abandoned or are being sold in the lots will be towed.

In considering the move to long-term parking, UTA evaluated rider feedback as well as parking practices at public transportation agencies around the nation. Many transit agencies in other cities allow 24-hour free parking but charge for long-term parking, while others provide free extended parking. UTA will continue to evaluate the parking regulations and best practices of public transportation agencies  parking system that efficiently serves UTA riders.

Free extended parking lots

American Fork Station, 782 W. 200 South, American Fork

Ballpark Station, 1300 S. 180 West, Salt Lake City

Bingham Junction Station, 7387 S. Bingham Junction Blvd., Midvale

Clearfield Station, 1250 S. State St., Clearfield

Draper Station, 12997 S. FrontRunner Blvd., Draper

Farmington Station, 450 N. 800 West, Farmington

Historic Gardner Station, 1127 W. 7800 South, West Jordan

Historic Sandy Station, 9000 S. 165 East, Sandy

Jordan Valley Station, 3400 W. 8600 South, West Jordan

Layton Station, 150 S. Main St., Layton

Lehi Station, 3101 N. Ashton Blvd., Lehi

Meadowbrook Station, 3900 S. 188 West, Salt Lake City

Midvale Center Station, 7720 S. 95 West, Midvale

Midvale Fort Union Station, 7250 S. 180 West, Midvale

Murray Central Station, 140 W. Vine Street, Murray

Murray North Station, 71 W. Fireclay Ave., Murray

Ogden Intermodal Center, 2350 S. Wall Ave. Ogden

Orem Station, 1350 W. 900 South, Orem

Pleasant View Station, 2700 N. Hwy. 89, Pleasant View

Provo Station, 690 S. University Ave., Provo

Roy Station, 4155 S. Sandridge Drive, Roy

Sandy Civic Station, 115 E. Sego Lily Drive, Sandy

South Jordan Station, 1035