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UTA Seeks Feedback on TRAX Line Options

UTA Seeks Feedback on TRAX Line Options

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(KSL News) The Utah Transit Authority has two proposed lines for a new airport TRAX route, and they need your help choosing one.

UTA approved the route to Salt Lake International back in 1999 as part of the University line. Since the line hasn't been built yet, UTA is looking to see if there is a better one.

The original plan calls for TRAX to run down 400 West to North Temple then on to the airport. A new concept has the line beginning at the intermodal hub, then down 600 West to North Temple and on to the airport.

Chad Saley, UTA: "Both alternatives are very similar. They're similar in cost. They're similar in scope, and that's why we are looking for public input."

UTA would like your feedback. See the link above for that.

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