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Getting around Downtown: Transportation

With multiple transportation options and more parking than ever, visiting Downtown SLC has never been easier. To get here by car, simply take I-15 to one of several downtown exits. Not travelling by vehicle? We've got you covered.

Freeway Map

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Utah Transit Authority (UTA)

You can also take public transportation into downtown via UTA'S FRONTRUNNER, TRAX or Bus system. Once downtown TRAX is free within the Free Fare Zone. For more information on stops and schedules, visit www.rideuta.com.

Parking

Once you've arrived downtown by car, you can park at one of the many parking spaces—there are over 30,000 in the core downtown area alone. The city has recently upgraded its parking meters with new, electronic pay stations that allow you to use coins, smartphones or credit cards. And, as always, there are lots of spots for you to lock-up your bike.

Find out more at ParkingSLC.com

BikeSLC

Salt Lake City is committed to providing urban mobility through a diversity of transportation choices – including walking, bicycling, transit, and driving. Bicycling is an important part of our transportation system, and we hope you will find this website useful when you choose to go by bike!

Learn more at www.bikeSLC.com.

BikeShare

Does the idea of hopping on a bike at one of several locations around town, pedaling to another station across town to drop the bike off near your destination sound like a good idea? Well, this affordable system with over 100 bikes and 10 stations is coming in March 2013.

Learn more at www.greenbikeSLC.org.