Glitches create mixed reviews on first day of new commuter rail line
The first official day of commuter rail service between Salt Lake City and Utah County may be a signal of transportation progress to some, but to others it may mean reverting back to the old-school I-15 drive.
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#1 Dec 11, 2012
The two 805 buses leaving Spanish fork to downtown Salt Lake City usually took an hour with no trasfers. Both busses were full.
Now that same commute requires 2 1/2 hours and several transfers. Thatís a great trade off UTA. I will be driving in if thing do not improve.
Thanks for pushing me to the brand new I-15 freeway.
Since: Dec 12
#2 Dec 17, 2012
Ride a donkey instead.
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