UTA is launching a FAREPAY Fare Cap Pilot February 2021. Fare capping means that once a rider using a transit card (FAREPAY) taps enough times to reach the cost of a daily or weekly pass, they are no longer charged for any additional trips for the duration of the appropriate pass.

We are asking current FAREPAY card holders and Reduced FAREPAY cardholders to sign up to participate in this pilot for the next six months by registering here. Riders who don’t currently have a FAREPAY card, but would like to participate, can go here to purchase a FAREPAY card, then sign up for the pilot here.

Those who sign up to participate in the pilot will be asked to provide feedback on the service once a month. Participants will not receive the regular FAREPAY discounts during the pilot, however, you will be capped (no more charges) once you meet the daily, weekly or monthly threshold. For example:

Daily Caps
UTA FAREPAY card - $5 per day on regular service.
UTA Reduced Fare FAREPAY card - $2.50 per day on regular service.

Weekly Caps
UTA FAREPAY card:
$20 per week on regular service
$40 per week on premium service

UTA Reduced Fare FAREPAY card:
$10 per week on regular service
$20 per week on premium service

The UTA Fare Capping pilot is to test how UTA can give loyal riders fare cap credits after they have reached their daily or weekly fare limits. The cap applies to regular services (local bus, TRAX, and Streetcar) and premium services (Express bus and FrontRunner). Ski, Park City, and Microtransit services do not apply towards fare caps.

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