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UTA adding ski bus service to Snowbasin

FILE: The Utah Transit Authority has teamed up with Davis County and Layton to bring ski bus service to Snowbasin.
FILE: The Utah Transit Authority has teamed up with Davis County and Layton to bring ski bus service to Snowbasin.
Deseret News

LAYTON — The Utah Transit Authority has teamed up with Davis County and Layton to bring ski bus service to Snowbasin.

Beginning Saturday, Route 677 will leave the Layton FrontRunner station in the morning and make its way to the Layton Hills Mall, Hilton Garden Inn, other hotels on Woodland Park Drive, the park-and-ride lot at Antelope Drive and U.S. 89, the South Weber park-and-ride lot, then on to Snowbasin. The service will run through April 2.

Bus times will be coordinated with the FrontRunner schedule so patrons can get on and off without a long wait. The buses, which will be equipped to hold skis and snowboards, will run twice a day on nonpeak days and four times a day on weekends and holidays.

Cost is $4.50 each way. Snowbasin is offering season ticket holders a bus pass. For a complete schedule, log on to rideuta.com.