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Modes of Transit

The University of Utah's partnership with UTA provides students, staff, and faculty access to the majority of UTA services.

Pass does not include Paratransit, Ski and Park City Services. Students, faculty and staff with valid Summit County zip code may obtain a Park City Connect pass.


There are over 60 UTA bus stops on campus. Numerous UTA bus routes serve campus, making public transportation accessible to those in the Wasatch Front.

Learn more about UTA's Bus System


There are four TRAX stations on campus — all of which are only accessible on the Red Line.

  • Stadium Station
  • South Campus Station
  • Fort Douglas Station
  • Medical Center Station

Learn more about UTA's TRAX System


Though the FrontRunner service does not directly go to campus, it is a great way to get to Salt Lake City for those coming from Davis and Utah county.

Learn more about UTA's FrontRunner System


Vanpool is a service provided by UTA to accommodate larger groups of people. A vanpool usually consists of 7 to 15 passengers who split the cost evenly. Pricing is based upon the number of people in the vanpool and the distance traveled. Vanpool costs include fuel, maintenance, insurance and vehicle leasing.

Learn more about UTA's Vanpool System

UTA On Demand

UTA On Demand is an innovative form of transportation that connects riders with other transit services like TRAX, FrontRunner, or Bus as well as to other destinations in the community. The app-based technology matches multiple riders headed in a similar direction into a single vehicle, allowing for quick and efficient shared trips. This service is not part of your UCard transit pass and will require payment to use.

Learn more about UTA On Demand


The S-Line streetcar is a two-mile line that connects riders to residential and commercial areas in Sugar House and South Salt Lake City, including TRAX and bus stations.

Learn more about UTA's S-Line System

UCard Regulations

Currently enrolled students, faculty and staff must use their UCard is a transit pass to tap on and off the card readers located on buses and train platforms when boarding and exiting.

  • The card must be tapped on the card reader located on buses and TRAX stations when boarding and exiting.
  • UCards are not transferable may only be used by the individual depicted on the card.
  • The UTA has the authority to confiscate passes and ID Cards from those using them fraudulently