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

  • Parking impacts near the Life Science Building

    The parking stalls located west of the Life Science Building (on 1400 South) will be unavailable on February 15th. The sidewalk will remain open. Commuters traveling near the impacted area will notice construction activities during this time.

  • Parking impacts in the hospital east lot

    Several parking stalls in the lower portion of the Hospital East Lot (Lot 66) will be unavailable from February 16th through the 18th. The roadway leading to the impacted area will also be closed. Traffic will detour through the upper portion of the lot.

  • HELIX Building construction

    Construction for the HELIX Building will begin in February 2021. The 250,000 square feet building will be located in the open space next to the Primary Children’s Eccles Outpatient Services facility and will spread across 5 1/2 levels that will connect to the main hospital complex and the rest of campus via a sky bridge

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