Salt Lake City has TRAX Light-Rail and Bus public transit options to get around the city operated by the Utah Transit Authority or "UTA".
One-way fare for the bus and train is $2.50. For fare information, see UTA's website.
UTA TRAX and bus provide a “Free Fare Zone” in downtown Salt Lake City where you can ride for free. If you start or end your trip outside the Free Fare Zone, you’ll need valid fare.
You can purchase individual fares, single-day passes, and multi-day passes via a mobile app.
Routes, timetables, and service advisories are available from The UTA directly, UTA GoRide app or via:
For mobile trip planning and a how-to video, visit the UTA website.
GREENbike, Salt Lake City's bike-share program for locals and visitors, provides an alternate, green, transportation option to get around town.
For more information see GREENbike’s website.
BCycle mobile app is available for:
One company, Lime, has deployed hundreds of ready-to-ride scooters at convenient locations around Salt Lake City. Since they don’t need to be docked and locked, there’s always one nearby.
Download the Lime app on your smartphone to see a map of available scooters near you and be on your way, at up to 15 mph, in a matter of minutes. The app will invite you to scan the QR code on the scooter to unlock it. At the end of the ride, just tap “End Ride” in the app and take a picture of the scooter to confirm you did not drive it into an active volcano. You don’t have to dock it anywhere special when you’re done with it—just leave it leaning against a bike rack, tree, or sign for someone else to pick up and use.
Starting at just $1 a ride, they’re perfect for short- to medium-distance trips and a great way to scoot around and explore Salt Lake City!
The TRAX light rail Green Line begins at the Salt Lake International Airport, runs through downtown Salt Lake and then out to West Valley City.
The Airport to TRAX station is located on the ground level outside the terminal on the east side. Passengers should exit door 1A and go east. Fare is $2.50 and trains run every 15 minutes. The hours of operation are:
The details on the stops to use for the convention center are below. The Green Line timetable is here.