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UTA announces some changes to its service due to COVID-19

File Photo: UTA FrontRunner Train
Posted at 3:04 PM, Mar 17, 2020

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Transit Authority is making some changes to its service and cleaning its vehicles more frequently due to the spread of COVID-19.

The public transit service announced the following changes:

Due to the closure of ski resorts, schools and other businesses we serve, we have made the following service changes to specific routes.
 
FrontRunner
Regular service available. Trains will be reduced to three-car passenger trains.

TRAX
Regular service available. No service changes.

Paratransit
Regular service available. No service changes.

Bus
Route 606 – Serving a closed work activity center: Service suspended.
Route 608 – Serving a closed work activity center: Service suspended.
Route 674 – Serving Powder Mountain: Service suspended.
Route 675 – Serving Snowbasin: Service suspended.
Route 677 – Serving Snowbasin: Service suspended.
Route 880 – Serving Sundance Resort: Service suspended.
Route 919 – Serving West High School: Service suspended.
Route 920 – Serving West High School: Service suspended.
Route 953 – Serving Snowbird and Alta – Limited service beginning March 18.
Route 972 – Serving Solitude and Brighton – Limited service beginning March 18.
Route 994 – Serving Snowbird and Alta – Limited service beginning March 18.

UTA on Demand by Via
Regular service available. No service changes.

For further details, visit: rideuta.com

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