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UTA trustees OK nearly $239M budget

Published December 14, 2006 9:00 am
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Posted: 8:58 AM- SALT LAKE CITY - The Utah Transit Authority has been given the green light on a nearly $239 million budget.

UTA's trustees Wednesday approved the 2007 budget, which includes money to buy 21 new vans for the agency's vanpool program.

The budget also presumes UTA will receive some funding from the quarter-cent sales-tax hike to build TRAX lines.

Also yesterday, the board of trustees approved the renaming of the Delta Center TRAX station. It will now be called the "Arena" station.

Board members say they wanted something that would be descriptive to the passenger so they would know exactly where they were in the system.




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