The first 2,500 people who pledge to help reduce summer air pollution by riding transit during July will receive a free seven-day pass to ride Utah Transit Authority buses and trains a $50 value.
Zions Bank and the UTA teamed up to create the program, called Ride Clear, to help reduce pollution that can be bad during the dog days of summer. The first 2,500 people who register at utarideclear.com will be mailed a free seven-day pass good on TRAX, FrontRunner and UTA buses.
They are electronic passes, so patrons will need to remember to tap on and tap off when boarding. The pass is good for seven consecutive days of travel once activated after the first tap, and are good for travel between July 1 and 31.