Need some last-minute holiday gifts? Why not ride UTA to Station Park? This Farmington business and retail center offers shopping, dining, movies and even an outdoor ice-skating rink for the kids. It’s just a quick walk or bus ride from Farmington FrontRunner Station, and it’s also accessible via UTA bus routes that serve Ogden and Salt Lake City.

In August, UTA started year-round service on route 667 to improve Station Park access. The route now serves Farmington’s Main Street, Farmington Station, Station Park shopping, the new Farmington Health Center and Moran Eye Center, as well as businesses like Pluralsight and Vista Outdoor Monday through Saturday. The service increase is part of UTA’s Prop 1 improvements.

Riders traveling from Weber, Davis and Salt Lake counties can also ride route 470 or 455 to Station Park. Prop 1 funds were recently used to improve route 455 service by adding morning trips from both Salt Lake and Ogden. Station Park is also accessible via express route 473.

This is the final story in a three-part series about bus routes in Davis County. Learn more about the new free Midtown Trolley here, or click here to read about our new Layton-to-Snowbasin ski route.