Despite facing risks associated with COVID-19, campus shuttle drivers work diligently to provide transportation for those who need it most.
A U air monitoring project, expanded to TRAX’s Blue Line, shows how smoke from last year’s fireworks drifted through the valley.
The new service aims to enhance connectivity to TRAX and FrontRunner lines for commuters.
UTA TRAX construction on the Main Street corridor between 100 and 500 South will begin May 4, 2019. Reach more about what to expect and how to navigate the closures.
“When I first started college and learned about environmental racism, such as the water crisis in Flint, MI., I was taken aback at how these environmental injustices are happening in communities of color that don’t have the resources to fight back against things that are affecting them. It became personal to me as a person of color, who comes from a community that has a large refugee community with a low socioeconomic status.”
“Being a user of public transit all my life, I see the numerous potentials here in Utah. What’s lacking here is the ‘necessity’ factor. People feel more in control of their schedule with driving.”
“I think the type of work that I do requires self-care, but in general, I like to build in a balance of work and relaxation into my daily life. Using public transportation helps me achieve that balance.”
School is back in session and due to ongoing campus construction, parking will be challenging. Ditch your car—and the headache—and use alternative modes of transportation, including the campus shuttles with revised routes that are even faster.
Beginning May 7 through August 2018, UDOT will begin repaving the roads on three sides of campus. Find all the information you need to know about the impacts and alternate transportation options here.
UTA will be adjusting its FrontRunner schedule, all TRAX schedules and nearly all bus schedules beginning April 8, 2018.