Transportation Informatioin

TRAX on U campus

Biking

With nearly 1500 acres (6.1 square kilometers) of campus, walking can sometimes seem daunting, even to an enthusiastic walker. Many students choose biking instead. For further information check the Ubike rental program — the University's rental biking program.

Campus Shuttle Service

The University offers free Shuttle Service throughout campus. Shuttles run about every 15 minutes from 6:00 a.m. through 6:00 p.m. Check routes and schedules for more information.

Bus and TRAX – The Light Rail System

UTA (The Utah Transit Authority) operates a light rail system throughout Salt Lake City which includes a line to the University and University Hospital. UTA also operates bus lines through Salt Lake City. You can ride the bus and TRAX free with your UCard and UTA-Ed Pass. Visit Ride UTA page for instructions for new riders, route schedules and route maps.

FrontRunner Commuter Train

UTA operates FrontRunner, a commuter train service, that travels to nearby cities. Your UTA Ed Pass also allows you to ride UTA's FrontRunner commuter trains. See UTA's Front Runner North page for more information.

Getting Around Salt Lake City

The U of U campus is in a residential area of the city, but many stores and business are within biking distance or on TRAX or bus lines. "Downtown" Salt Lake City, which is the business and cultural center of Salt Lake City, is easy to get to on TRAX, as is The Gateway, a main shopping and entertainment area.

With our excellent TRAX and bus lines, it is easy to get to most places in Salt Lake City and surrounding areas.

Drivers License

Please check the Department of Public Safety website for information about getting a drivers license.

Please see the Applying for a Utah License or Identification Card chart for more details of the required documentation.