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Senior Lien Bond Rating
AA/AA/Aa2
service area
1,600 square miles
Subordinate Lien Bond Rating
A+/AA/A1

About Utah Transit Authority

UTA’s mission is simple – we move people. Since its beginnings in 1970, UTA has expanded from a small company operating 90 buses and traveling 3 million annual service miles, to its current system that offers streetcar, light rail, commuter rail, bus rapid transit (BRT) vanpool, fixed-route bus, express bus, ski bus, paratransit, and route deviation services. The agency currently provides more than 45 million passenger boardings annually with 157,000 average daily weekday boardings. The Special Services Business Unit offers paratransit and route deviation services along the Wasatch Front totaling 2.7 million revenue miles and 427,000 passenger boardings per year. UTA’s bus services (regular fixed route, express, and bus rapid transit) operate 15.5 million revenue miles and boast 20 million passenger boardings annually. The Salt Lake Valley TRAX light rail system operates 2.9 million annual revenue miles with more than 18.7 million passenger boardings, while the commuter rail system, which extends from the Salt Lake Central Station north to Ogden and south to Provo, operates over 1.3 million revenue miles and attracts more than 4.5 million passenger boardings annually. The S-Line streetcar, which connects neighborhoods in South Salt Lake and Sugar House, operates approximately 76,000 revenue miles and has nearly 457,000 passenger boardings per year.

UTA serves the populations of Weber, Davis, Utah, Box Elder, Tooele and Salt Lake counties. Since UTA covers a large geographic region and more than 80 percent of the state’s population, the agency works to support Utah’s thriving economy by helping communities grow the way they want to and to help people get to where they want to go when they need to be there. In recent years, UTA has renewed its emphasis on service and is committed to listen to customers and communities in order to provide more transit access and the services and schedules that are most needed.

Key Projects

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The Team

William Greene

Chief Financial Officer

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Brian Baker

Zions Public Finance- VP

(801) 844-7381

brian.baker@zionsbank.com

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Board of Trustees Information

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