Utah Transit Authority (UTA)Operational
City: Salt Lake City (United States).
Total route length: 75.3 km (46.8 miles).
Track gauge: 1435 mm (standard gauge).
Opened: December 4, 1999.
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Tram lines in operation
Salt Lake City tram line S Line
Salt Lake City regional line 701 Blue Line
Salt Lake City regional line 703 Red Line
Salt Lake City regional line 704 Green Line
Utah Transit Authority (UTA) stops
Select: Airport, City Center, Draper Town Center, Salt Lake Central Station, and West Valley Central.
See the official route map.
Current trams in operation
Articulated tram: 1015, 1017, and 1176.
See the official operation times.
3600 South 700 West
South Salt Lake, Utah
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