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Todd's Transit Guide to the
SALT LAKE CITY UT
UTA Transit System
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In today's environment when it seems a light rail system is opened "every weekend", the Salt Lake City system has been around for quite some time, having opened it's doors to the public in December of 1999. All in all though, it is still a relative newcomer.
UTA offers TRAX Light Rail service, Roadrunner Commuter Rail service, bus service, and they have a plan to open a Streetcar line, more info is on there website.
I checked their extensive rules and
regulations and could not find any reference to photography on their property,
however, I did notice that it is an infraction to even be on one of their
platforms unless you have a current proof of payment, aka a ticket.
The complete rule section is here: http://www.rideuta.com/mc/?page=RidingUTA-RiderRules-OrdinanceManual
For more info, check out UTA's website here
For more Maps of the area, check out: http://www.rideuta.com/mc/?page=RidingUTA-SystemMaps
LRV at the Central Station in 2011, picture from Wikipedia by Garrett
LRV at the Green Line Gallivan Plaza station in 2011, picture from Wikipedia by Garrett
Roadrunner Commuter Rail
last Modified: 10 Jan 2014