FrontRunner is UTA’s commuter rail system currently providing service from Ogden to Provo along an 83-mile corridor serving 15 stations in Weber, Davis, Salt Lake and Utah Counties. FrontRunner trains use diesel-powered push/pull locomotives and can reach speeds of up to 79 miles per hour. These trains typically have one car designated for bike storage, are equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi for passenger convenience and restrooms.
FrontRunner currently operates Monday through Saturday, with 30-minute weekday service during peak travel times, and 60-minute service during non-peak travel hours and Saturdays. Station amenities include free parking and connections to other UTA services.
In early 2021, the Utah State Legislature approved $300 million to fund the Initial Investment Plan of the FrontRunner Forward Program. In partnership with the Utah Department of Transportation, UTA is determining strategic double track segments throughout the existing FrontRunner corridor to increase speed, reliability, and frequency of the existing service. Learn more about FrontRunner Forward.