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(KSL News) UTA welcomed some new arrivals to its fleet today.
Nine new buses were unveiled to help with winter congestion, but they won't spend much time in the valley. That's because they're ski buses, and they'll get most of their miles going through Salt Lake's canyons.
UTA says the buses each cost about $400,000 and are packed with upgrades like an in-bus ski rack, a bigger engine and more room.
Officials say the buses will be up and running starting Sunday. If you have a ski pass you can ride for free.