How long do the Trax run?
approximately 5 a.m. to midnight
On weekdays, TRAX trains run from approximately 5 a.m. to midnight. On Saturdays and Sundays, TRAX trains run from approximately 6 a.m. to midnight. For specific route and schedule information, click here.
Does TRAX go to Ogden?
If you want low-cost, efficient public transportation: UTA FrontRunner, a high speed commuter train, connects downtown Ogden to downtown Salt Lake City. A quick ride on Trax Light Rail will connect you from the Salt Lake International Airport to the FrontRunner station in downtown Salt Lake.
How do I ride the FrontRunner for free?
All current BYU students, faculty, staff and their spouses and dependents can ride UTA buses, TRAX, FrontRunner and the Utah Valley Express (UVX) for free! The UTA transit pass is built directly into your BYU ID smartcard. Simply tap your BYU ID on the card readers when boarding and exiting all UTA buses and trains.
Is FrontRunner free for students?
All current BYU students, faculty, staff and their spouses and dependents can ride UTA buses, TRAX, FrontRunner and the Utah Valley Express (UVX) for free! New students can obtain their BYU ID at the BYU ID Center, located at 1057 WSC (Wilkinson Student Center.)
How many days a week does the TRAX train run?
TRAX runs seven days per week, with 15-minute frequency during peak times. TRAX is electrically powered via a pantograph that connects the train to overhead catenary wires.
How to calculate your run time by Pace?
Divide your running time by your pace If your pace is 8 minutes per mile and you ran for 32 minutes: 32 min ÷ 8 min per mi = 4 miles How to calculate run time
How often does Trax run in Salt Lake City?
TRAX, UTA’s light rail system, offers convenient connections to community destinations, shopping centers, schools and universities, FrontRunner stations, bus hubs and Park & Ride lots throughout the Salt Lake valley. TRAX runs seven days per week, with 15-minute frequency during peak times.
How often should I run at a fast pace?
Warm up for 10 minutes by jogging slowly. Then run a high-intensity pace (where you can’t hold a conversation comfortably) for 2 to 5 minutes. Jog for the same amount of time to recover. Repeat 4 to 6 times. Do this a minimum of once or twice per week until you’ve comfortably reached your desired speed.