February 27, 2013
The 45-mile extension of FrontRunner doubles the length of the line when combined with FrontRunner North, which began operating between Ogden and Salt Lake City in 2008.
February 6, 2013
The agency is working to improve reliability on its FrontRunner South service, after extending it between Provo and Salt Lake City in December. The new schedule will add a bit more time to individual commutes, but should alleviate timing issues and delays riders experienced before.
December 13, 2012
Rail was planned in an effort to expand and enhance public transit between Salt Lake City and Utah counties. However, the agency had to cut the length of some bus routes to accommodate the new rail line, due to budgetary constraints.
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