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Sandy Civic Center (UTA Station) - Bus Connections
... including Murray Central Station and Intermountain Medical Center - Sandy, including South Towne Center mall - Draper ) UTA Route 218 (Salt Lake City ... Miller Campus, South Jordan Station, and Daybreak Parkway Station - ) UTA Route F546 (Sandy, including South Towne Center mall - Draper) UTA Route 811 (Sandy, only at Sandy Civic ...
Jordan School District - Schools - Elementary Schools
... Bluffdale (Bluffdale) Butterfield Canyon (Herriman) Columbia (West Jordan) Copper Canyon (West Jordan) Daybreak (South Jordan) Eastlake (South Jordan ... Heartland (West Jordan) Herriman (Herriman) Jordan Hills (West Jordan) Jordan Ridge (South Jordan) Majestic (West Jordan) Midas Creek (Riverton) Monte ...
South Jordan, Utah - Notable Residents
... Keven Curtis is a former resident who, as of 2010, is a wide receiver for the NFL Kansas City Chiefs ... Curtis graduated from Bingham High School where he played football and basketball ...
Red Line (UTA Trax) - Stations
... TRAX Red Line (University of Utah–South Jordan) Station Name Opening Year Municipality UTA Rail Connections Park and Ride Lot Free Fare Zone Notes Other Connections Northeastern ...
Mountain View Corridor - Interchange List
... roads with slip roads Rosecrest Drive Herriman/Riverton 13400 South Riverton 12600 South Herriman/Riverton 11800 South Herriman/South Jordan Daybreak Parkway South Jordan ...

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