Transit Master Plan

Transit Master Plan

The primary purpose of the Transit Master Plan is to identify needs particular to Salt Lake City residents, employees, and visitors and to evaluate potential strategies for meetings those needs. The draft Plan proposes a comprehensive set of strategies to address those needs.

The 20-year plan has been in the works since 2013, and will be used by the City and the Utah Transit Authority (UTA) to guide decisions about the timing and location of service and capital investments.

That includes guiding possible decisions such as where to locate additional bus routes, when and where light-rail should be expanded, how frequently TRAX trains should run, how fares should be determined and much, much more.

The plan is big! To learn more, we recommend you start with the latest Council Staff Report  report then the Executive Summary. If you want even more details, check out the draft plan in full.

The Council wants to hear whether the draft plan will work well for you! You can give your feedback by phone, email, or online at Open City Hall.

 

 

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