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Utah Transit proposing big changes to bus routes

Posted on August 9, 2012

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Transit Authority is proposing to change all of its bus routes in Utah County — and many in Salt Lake City — to allow better connections with the new FrontRunner commuter rail section between Salt Lake City and Provo that is scheduled to open Dec. 10, according to The Salt Lake Tribune. That includes eliminating all express buses between Utah and Salt Lake counties, and creating or altering local routes to take riders to FrontRunner instead.

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