100% of UTA's fixed route bus and TRAX light rail service is wheelchair accessible with lift-equipped or low floor buses and trains. In addition, other accommodations such as stop announcements made by drivers and assisting passengers with disabilities make using the fixed route bus service possible for many people with disabilities. People who are able to use the fixed route bus and TRAX light rail service should do so whenever possible.
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School Safety and Education Program
Utah Transit Authority’s Safety and Education Program provides the opportunity for students and teachers to learn how to use public transportation safely, as well as information about UTA’s system including its different modes of travel: Bus, TRAX light rail and FrontRunner commuter rail.