Informing the Future of Light Rail

What's important to you when considering future improvements to UTA TRAX system?

Help us finalize the plan for future Light Rail improvements

There is a study currently underway to help prepare for the future of light rail and recommend a plan for needed enhancements in the years to come. UTA's light rail network is a key component of the region's transportation system. Building on its success, the system must adapt to growth and evolving travel patterns in the area, to maintain and improve upon its role in the overall transportation network. The team has been working to develop a final future scenario that best meets the needs and priorities of the region. We're almost there, but want to hear from the public again to understand the priorities for investment to make future Light Rail improvements.


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Considering Priorities

A. Extend TRAX to University of Utah's Research Park, on the new Orange Line


B. Offer all night service on the new Orange Line from downtown to the Salt Lake International Airport


C. Offer all night service on the new Orange Line from downtown to the University of Utah


D. Reroute the Blue Line to the Salt Lake International Airport and the Green Line to Salt Lake Central


E. Direct service from the University of Utah to Research Park


F. Direct service from the University of Utah to Salt Lake Central


G. Route the Red Line along 400 West to 900 South, to service SLC's Granary District

A. Extend TRAX to University of Utah's Research Park, on the new Orange Line  B. Offer all night service on the new Orange Line from downtown to the Salt Lake International Airport  C. Offer all night service on the new Orange Line from downtown to the University of Utah  D. Reroute the Blue Line to the Salt Lake International Airport and the Green Line to Salt Lake Central  E. Direct service from the University of Utah to Research Park  F. Direct service from the University of Utah to Salt Lake Central   G. Route the Red Line along 400 West to 900 South, to service SLC's Granary District
Economic Development Greater Service Span/Hours  Improved Frequency Improved Reliability Improved Travel Time Increased Efficiency Serves New Markets More Access to Jobs, Services, & Housing

Potential Benefits Include:

Economic Development

Greater Service Span/Hours

Improved Frequency

Improved Reliability


Improved Travel Time

Increased Efficiency

Serves New Markets

More Access to Jobs, Services, & Housing