The Utah Transit Authority provides extensive public transport
coverage in Salt Lake City by means of a light rail system called
TRAX, and an excellent bus service. One-day passes are available
for use on both TRAX and the city buses, and there is an extensive
Free Fare Zone for both forms of transport downtown around Temple
Square. A one-way fare is $2.50, and a day pass costs $6.25. During
the winter a ski bus connects the city to nearby ski resorts.
Metered taxis are freely available throughout the city and can be
hailed on the street or ordered by telephone. Self-driving in Salt
Lake City is fairly straightforward as the city is designed on a
grid system with wide streets and a freeway system connecting the
suburbs and surrounding areas.
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