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No trains or buses on Turkey Day, but UTA routes back for Black Friday

Published November 27, 2013 7:53 am
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Utah Transit Authority will offer no service on its buses, light rail and FrontRunner commuter train routes on Thanksgiving Day, but will offer scaled-back services for shoppers on Black Friday.

UTA spokesman Remi Barron said full services will resume on Saturday, on normal Saturday schedules.

Ski bus service, however, will be offered Thanksgiving Day on ski routes 960 and 990 (up Big Cottonwood and Little Cottonwood canyons), as well as limited services within Park City.

On Friday, TRAX and FrontRunner will operate on Saturday schedules, while bus routes will be on Sunday schedules.

For buses, the one exception will be Route 35, which will run ever 30 minutes westbound and eastbound.


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