Red Line (UTA Trax)

Red Line (UTA Trax)

The Red Line is a light rail line on the TRAX system in the Salt Lake Valley of Utah, United States operated by the Utah Transit Authority (UTA). It originally began operation in December 2001 as the peak-hour-only Sandy/University Line, running from the University of Utah south to the city of Sandy. It was later rerouted to South Jordan and renamed the Red Line in August 2011, running as an all-day route. The current line runs from the University of Utah through Downtown Salt Lake City, South Salt Lake, Murray, Midvale, West Jordan, and South Jordan to Daybreak.

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