Salt Lake City

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Overview - Salt Lake City

Located southeast of the Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City is the capital and largest city by population in Utah. It has approximately 191,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2014. The Salt Lake City metropolitan area comprised 1,203,105 residents as of the 2017 US Census Bureau Estimate.


The Wasatch Front's rapid transit network consists of three light rail services. It also has a modern streetcar line, a commuter rail line, and a rapid bus service.

TRAX Light Rail

Opened 1999, the Transit Express (TRAX) consists of three Light Rail services that serve the city of Salt Lake City, Utah. The total length of the network is 72.1 km.

TRAX Blue Line (701)

The Blue Line is a light rail service with 24 stations on a 31.1 km North-South alignment, running from Salt Lake Central in the north to Draper Town Center in the south via downtown Salt Lake City.


The Blue Line was opened in December 1999 and the last expansion to the line was in August 2013. The Blue Line is owned and operated by the Utah Transportation Authority.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
Blue15'15'30'30'

Schedules -- Last Updated: Sep 02, 2020

TRAX Red Line (703)

The Red Line is a light rail service with 25 stations on a 38.1 km North-South alignment, running from University Medical Center in the north to Daybreak Parkway in the south via downtown Salt Lake City.


The Red Line was opened in December 2001 and the last expansion to the line was in August 2011. The Red Line is owned and operated by the Utah Transportation Authority.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
Red15'15'30'30'

Schedules -- Last Updated: Sep 02, 2020

TRAX Green Line (704)

The Green Line is a light rail service with 18 stations on a 24.16 km North-South alignment, running from Salt Lake City International Airport in the north to West Valley Central in the south via downtown Salt Lake City.


The Green Line was opened in August 2011 and the last expansion to the line was in April 2013. The Green Line is owned and operated by the Utah Transportation Authority.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
Green15'15'30'30'

Schedules -- Last Updated: Sep 02, 2020

S Line

Opened December 2013, the S-Line is a modern streetcar line serving the eastern part of Salt Lake City.

S-Line (720)

The S-Line is a 3.22 km modern streetcar line with an east to west alignment, running along a former disused railway right of way in Salt Lake City. It runs from Central Pointe in the west to Fairmont in the east and serves 7 stops.


The S-Line was opened in December 2013. The S-Line is operated by the Utah Transportation Authority.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
S-Line15'15'30'30'

Schedules -- Last Updated: Sep 02, 2020

MAX

Opened July 2008, the MAX is a rapid bus network serving the Wasatch Front. For MAX in the Provo-Orem area, see Provo-Orem Page.

MAX 3500 South (35M)

MAX 3500 South (M35) is a 17.4 km rapid bus service with an east to west alignment, running primarily along 3500 South in Salt Lake City. It runs from the Magna Loop in the west to Millcreek Station in the east.


MAX 3500 South was opened in July 2008. MAX 3500 South is operated by the Utah Transportation Authority.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
35M15'15'30'No Service*1

Schedules -- Last Updated: Jan 10, 2020

*1 - Magna Loop only served in peak direction.
At apx. 2PM, eastbound service from the Magna Loop ends and westbound service to the Magna Loop begins.

FrontRunner

Opened April 2008, the FrontRunner is a commuter rail line serving the cities of the Wasatch Front in Utah.

FrontRunner (750)

The FrontRunner is a 142 km commuter rail line with a north to south alignment. It runs from Ogden in the north to Provo in the south and serves 17 stations. It formerly ran farther north to Pleasant View but service was cut back to Ogden in August 2018 due to signaling costs.


The FrontRunner was opened in April 2008. The FrontRunner is operated by the Utah Transportation Authority.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
FrontRunner60'30'60'No Service

Schedules -- Last Updated: Sep 02, 2020

References & Helpful Links

TRAX Light Rail at Wikipedia

S Line at Wikipedia

MAX at Wikipedia

Frontrunner at Wikipedia

Official Website for TRAX Light Rail, FrontRunner, and MAX: Utah Transportation Authority (UTA)

Official Website for S-Line: Sugar House Streetcar


Maps

All Official Maps - Utah Transit Authority [Last Accessed Sep 02, 2020]

Official System Map - UTA Rail [Last Accessed Sep 02, 2020]


Other Sources

Salt Lake City, USA at Urbanrail.net

Asset Notes

Rail Line colors taken from UTA schedule page in Feb 2019.


Last Updated: Jan 11, 2020

Old Maps
Note: Not all maps reflect changes in service. Older maps may contain inaccuracies.
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