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Salt Lake City, Utah

SLC Transit

Salt Lake City opened their north-south light rail line 12/4/1999. The name of the Light Rail system is TRAX. The East-West, or University Line was completed in time for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Salt Lake borrowed cars from Dallas for the Games.

Since then the TRAX system has grown by leaps and bounds with new lines to the West Valley, Daybreak, Draper and the Airport. The Frontrunner Commuter train started service to Ogden in 2008, and in 2012 opened southward to Provo.

In 2013 a streetcar line opened linking the TRAX system to the Sugarhouse area SLC. Salt Lake went from having a bus only system to a very balanced system in a short amount of time. Nobody believed it could happen, but it did!! 

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