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Improving Public Transportation

For Salt Lake City Residents

Between 2015 and 2040, population and employment in Salt Lake City (SLC) is expected to grow substantially (19% and 8% respectively). By 2040, more than 40,000 new residents and 20,000 new employees are expected. SLC residents have expressed a desire for increasing transportation choices, and as we grow, our transit system should be a first class choice for mobility. Mobility offers connections for residents and visitors; connections to the downtown core, to our neighborhoods, our region, and to nearby recreation areas like City Creek Canyon and the Jordan River. The way we get around SLC is central to our identity as a City.


Design Your Own Transit System Tool! (click here)

This prioritization game allows you to make adjustments to the different ways transit services are provided in the community; from the areas served, to the frequency of service, and the extension of evening and weekend schedules.


Need Help?

  • Call SLC Transportation for help in English: (801) 535-6630
  • Call SLC Planning for help in Spanish: (801) 535-7706
  • Visit any SLC Public Library branch
  • Visit the Sorenson Unity Center’s computer lab

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Why a Transit Master Plan for SLC?

  • Increase safe, reliable, and affordable transportation options for city residents

  • Foster business relationships and economic development

  • Accommodate urban growth in a sustainable, cost-effective manner

  • Provide access to jobs, housing, and recreation

  • Enhance partnerships with UTA

  • Represent the community’s ideal network of buses, trains, and streetcars

Key Outcomes

  • Adoption of official goals and objectives for public transportation in SLC

  • Identification of key public transportation corridors, improvements for these corridors, and mode recommendations

  • Policies, programs, and infrastructure that support transit

  • Funding and governance recommendations