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UTA offering discounted passes to BYU football games

FILE - UTA bus waits for a passing truck  in West Valley City Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015. Love BYU football but hate fighting game-day traffic? The Utah Transit Authority is offering discounted service to and from all BYU football home games at LaVell Edward
FILE - UTA bus waits for a passing truck in West Valley City Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015. Love BYU football but hate fighting game-day traffic? The Utah Transit Authority is offering discounted service to and from all BYU football home games at LaVell Edwards Stadium.
Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News

PROVO — Love BYU football but hate fighting game-day traffic? The Utah Transit Authority is offering discounted service to and from all BYU football home games at LaVell Edwards Stadium.

This year, fans can purchase a discounted single game ticket or season transportation pass. A pass for a single game is $5, and a season pass — for six games — is $25.

The passes, which can be purchased online at rideuta.com or at any UTA customer service locations, for use on FrontRunner, bus, TRAX and Streetcar when tapped to the electronic card reader. Passes can only be used on dates of the BYU home games.

UTA will run event buses from the Timpanogos Transit Center, 1145 S. 750 East in Orem, and Provo FrontRunner Station, 690 S. University Ave., two hours prior to game kickoff.

After the game, buses to Provo Central Station will be facing south on Canyon Road. Buses to Timpanogos Transit Center will be facing north on Canyon Road. Please board within 15 minutes of the end of the game. FrontRunner service will be offered to all stations between Provo and Ogden after the game.