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(KSL News) -- Smaller, sleeker buses are about to roll on Utah streets.
This is the first of the Utah Transit Authorities' new buses. It is about half the size of the large buses and offers 20 percent more fuel efficiency.
The smaller buses will be used largely in neighborhoods were streets are narrow, as in the Avenues, and to shuttle passengers to and from TRAX stations.
UTA expects to have all 30 buses running by next month.