The test shuttle runs through Feb. 8 and accommodates FrontRunner South riders and those affected by cancellation of Route 810 from Utah County.
A campus shuttle—Express to the U—departs Salt Lake Central Station after Frontrunner South arrives for the morning commute, running every half hour, Monday through Friday, from 6:00 a.m. until 8:30 a.m. It provides a direct, nonstop route from Salt Lake Central station to the stadium in less than 20 minutes, then continues east on South Campus Drive to University Hospital. Watch for the campus shuttle when you get off FrontRunner. If ridership is sustained, then the route may be implemented permanently—so use the route!
UTA will continue to run its current express bus—Route 2X—between Salt Lake Central Station and University Hospital, which provides another nonstop bus option. It runs every half hour, Monday through Friday mornings, from 6:43 a.m. to 8:43 a.m.
At the conclusion of the work day, commuters will have three options to return to Salt Lake Central Station for the return ride on FrontRunner.
- TRAX Red Line. Departs campus every 15 minutes but requires a transfer at Courthouse station.
- UTA Route 2. Departs from the University Hospital every 15 minutes and proceeds down the north side of campus and down 200 South to Salt Lake Central Station.
- UTA Route 228. Departs from Research Park area every 30 minutes and proceeds west on South Campus Drive making several stops, then down 400 South to Salt Lake Central Station.
Find UTA updates, maps, and times here.
For questions or concerns about the Express to the U campus shuttle, send email. Include the words “Route 2XU” in the subject line.