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Some 7,000 Bus Stop Signs Lack Updated Route Information

Some 7,000 Bus Stop Signs Lack Updated Route Information

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Tom Callan, KSL NewsradioUTA is asking for more money to complete its redesign of bus routes throughout the valley.

The Utah Transit Authority is requesting $1.5 million to add bus service not listed in its original proposal. Some of the areas that need attention include 4800 West, 100 South, Millcreek area and 7200 South.

UTA spokesman Justin Jones says you may have spotted those yellow signs at bus stops that tell you when some routes end but not when the new routes begin. Jones explains, "Currently half of the sign is filled out, and until we get the approval from our board of trustees the rest of the sign can't be filled out."

Jones says they have to make changes at some 7,000 bus stops.

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