I said this before in another UTA article, I hope this means the will lower
prices, increase the number of stops they have (to have better access to the
buses), and more frequent stops (so passengers don't have to wait for
longer than 45 minutes for a Bus).
Want to improve the "user experience" on the train? One suggestion: Do
a better job policing your trains for strung-outs and drunks. I've ridden
Trax maybe a dozen times in my life and I've been puked on twice.Don't get me wrong: I'm glad the druggies aren't driving, but
at the same time, I don't feel it's unreasonable to expect that I can
get to my destination without a meth-head yakking on me.
bring back busses to redwood road south of 10400 south. there are people soth of
there. we have no good way to salt lake. i work at the u of u. 10 minute ride to
day break. 65 minute ride to hospital and 10 minute walk to work. 85 minutes. I
drive. no busses to daybreak train from riverton.