Are there bus stops in Salt Lake City?
In early 2021, Salt Lake City, in partnership with Utah Transit Authority (UTA), is making improvements to certain bus stops across the City, including some along the Frequent Transit Network. We are making these improvements in the following areas: The primary purpose of the improvements is to make the bus stops accessible to all riders.
Where are the train stations in Salt Lake City?
Downtown Salt Lake provides a great transfer point as all the lines run through downtown. The Red line provides service from the University of Utah , through downtown, south to 6400 South and then west to the Daybreak community. The Blue line begins at in downtown at the transfer station and runs south through the valley to Draper.
When does the light rail start in Salt Lake City?
Weekday service starts as early as 4:30 am, with the last stop just after midnight. Saturday service begins at 6 am with the last stop just after 2 am. There is no Sunday service. Light-rail lines, called TRAX, provide access to Downtown from across the valley on three color-coded lines.
Where does the Green Line start in Salt Lake City?
The Blue line begins at in downtown at the transfer station and runs south through the valley to Draper. The Green line begins at the Salt Lake International Airport, runs through downtown Salt Lake and the out to West Valley City. At the airport riders can board at the station and Welcome Center just outside terminal one.
Where is the Greyhound bus station in Salt Lake City?
2. Salt Lake City International Airport 776 N Terminal Dr, TERMINAL 2 DOOR 11. Salt Lake City, UT 84122 Hours of Operation are subject to change. Please call the Greyhound bus station to verify hours before making travel arrangements. 3. Draper Bus Stop 12292 Lone Peak Pkwy.