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New TRAX schedules get mixed reviews

New TRAX schedules get mixed reviews



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SALT LAKE CITY -- New Utah Transit Authority TRAX schedules have some people wondering what happened to the end of the line.

UTA has added more TRAX trains directly from Sandy to the University of Utah.

Riders headed to the U think that's great. But people heading from Sandy to the intermodal hub don't like the move. The Sandy trains to downtown now stop at the Arena Station and go back, instead of going a few more blocks to link up with FrontRunner.

"I'm coming from the ball park and I'm transferring over to the FrontRunner. So I have to take a transfer," said a rider who was trying to get to Ogden.

He says it's inconvenient and adds an extra 15 minutes for him.

UTA says it adjusted the schedules based on the majority of the ridership.

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