It’s back-to-school time again, and UTA is a great way to get to campus. Commuting to school by bus or train helps you beat traffic, avoid crowded parking lots and gives you extra study time during your commute. Read on for back-to-school travel tips.
Get Your Pass
The University of Utah, Weber State University and Westminster College provide students with free passes. Discounted fares are available to students at many other colleges and universities, including LDS Business College, Salt Lake Community College, Utah Valley University and Brigham Young University. Click here for pricing information.
Plan Your Trip
Our trip planner allows you to find the fastest route to your destination. It will even calculate your travel time, walking distance, transfers and fare. If you need additional help, you can tweet us at @rideuta or call customer service at 801-RIDE-UTA.
Make Your Connection
If you’re driving to a rail station, you can find a list of our free parking lots here. Cyclists can bring bikes on FrontRunner or TRAX, or load them onto bike racks on the front of buses. We also have bike lockers available to rent at rail stations.
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