900 South Substation

Start Date: January 2024
End Date: April 2024

What to Expect:


  • No rider impacts anticipated
  • Work beginning as early as January 29, 2024
  • Day work with minimal night work that includes: demolition, tailors, trucks, excavators, concrete mixers, cranes and cable pullers
  • Noise, dust and vibration from construction activities

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Daybreak Parkway Station Painting

Start Date: February 12, 2024
End Date: Approx. mid-March 2024

What to Expect:
UTA will be painting the station canopies and handrails at Daybreak Parkway Station beginning the night of Monday, February 12. Beginning February 13, riders should board on the west side of the platform.

The east side is expected to be closed for two to three weeks. All riders should board on the west side during this time.

When the east side is complete, the west side will be closed for painting and all boarding will transfer to the east side. While the west side is closed, ticket vending machines will be unavailable.

Updates:
Due to weather conditions, this project may take longer than originally anticipated but will still proceed following the original plan as much as possible.

As of March 1, preparation on the east platform is complete and painting is expected to be finished within a few days, weather permitting.

We want to thank our riders for their patience and cooperation throughout this project.

200 South Corridor Detours

Start Date: 2022
Phase 1 (700 East to 200 East) Opening: Late Spring 2024
Phase 2 (200 East to 400 West) Opening: December Change Day 2024

Benefits of the Construction:
The rebuilt 200 South corridor will improve mobility and safety for all users, including pedestrians and cyclists, and provide more efficient and convenient transit for future residents and riders.

What to Expect:

UTA has heard feedback from the public about the desire for busses to return to 200 South as soon as possible. UTA will resume regular service as soon as it is safe to do so. For phase one of the project (700 East to 200 East) we anticipate this change occurring between the April and August Change Days. All routes will remain on detour between 200 East and 400 West until construction on Phase 2 of the project is completed. To be notified of changes to service, sign up for service alerts.

Please see the map below for when restoration of transit service will occur for each section of the project:

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Phase 1 Upcoming Detours: Routes 2, 220, 205
The following routes use 200 South east of downtown and will be modified in late Spring 2024 to use 200 South east of 200 East, and then modified again after completion of Phase 2.

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Phase 2 Changes:
The following routes are planned to only use 200 South in Downtown Salt Lake City and will not be modified until after Phase 2 is completed (likely in December 2024).

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Project Background:

  • Salt Lake City began reconstruction of 200 South in 2022. The 200 South Reconstruction project design considers the variety of needs of a functional downtown urban core and will rebuild 200 South between 900 East and 400 West to improve mobility and safety for all users. Construction will continue through 2023. For more information, visit: slc.gov/mystreet/2023/02/16/200south/.
  • When complete, the corridor will have improved bus stops, as well as a dedicated bus lane between 600 East and 400 West.
  • Resurfacing for the first phase of the project, between 900 East and 200 East has been completed, and UTA is preparing to install infrastructure and amenities at all stops.
  • Phase 2 of the project (west of 200 East) is planned for construction in spring and summer of 2024.
  • Due the reconstruction project routes on 200 South, Routes 1, 2, 4, 220, 209, and 205 are on detour. These detours are reflected in all or our trip planning apps. Please know that riders will still be able to get to their destination; it may just take a little longer. For individual route maps, click the thumbnail maps below. Download the Transit app for the most up to date detour information.
  • For current schedules or help planning a trip, call UTA Customer Service: 888-RIDE-UTA (743-3882).

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