Whether you travel by bus, train, car, bike or foot, we at Commuter Services work to ensure your campus commuting experience is a good one. Get up-to-date information on our network of commuter pathways, purchase a parking permit or plan for special events—it’s all here. Start by selecting your method of transportation below and get moving.


Use your UCard to ride all UTA transit vehicles in the Salt Lake Valley.  All day, every day, free of charge.



A web of pathways and an on-campus bike shop make biking to the U a fast, convenient and healthy way to commute.



Keep an eye on your ride and always know what’s coming.



The latest—and coolest—commuter option, roll up to campus in style. Or, simply put one foot in front of the other.

Walk and Roll

Commuter and Construction Updates

  • Employee Appreciation Day impacts at Guardsman Lot

    Rows 1 through 4 in the Guardsman Lot will be unavailable on September 25. This space will be used to accommodate for the Employee Appreciate Day flu shots tents. Motorists must enter the parking lot through Guardsman Way and exit through 500 South.

  • Vice Presidential Debate Campus Shuttle Impacts 

    In preparation for the Vice Presidential debate, the Circulator and Blue routes will not stop at President Circle from Wednesday, Sept. 16 to Thursday, Oct. 8. Shuttle passengers will be picked up and dropped off at the UTA bus stops on University Street from Wednesday, Sept. 16 to Friday, Sept. 25. 

  • Sewage upgrade project on 1300 East

    Due to the sewage improvement project on 1300 East (between 400 & 500 South), up to two northbound lanes will be closed for 12 weeks. Motorists traveling southbound will not be able to turn left on 500 S.  

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