Salt Lake City wants a transit system that works for everyone
Council, UTA plan $350,000 study on feasibility of master-plan goals.
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At a joint meeting between the City Council and the UTA board of trustees this week, general manager Michael Allegra said after years of construction the transit agency is refocusing on "ridership and reliability."
"We seem to be doing more and more each year, ridership and service-wise," he said. "A lot of things you will see in our future are community and economic development, as well as transportation."
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