This weekend marks the start of regular ski bus service to all participating resorts. We’ve implemented extensive ski bus service improvements to help riders get to the slopes, including the addition of the new route 677, designed to connect riders in Weber and Davis counties to Snowbasin Resort.
Route 677 will serve locals as well as tourists, said UTA Regional General Manager Eddy Cumins. It provides locals with convenient connections from the Midtown Trolley (route 628), Layton Hills Mall and Park & Ride lots, while also serving tourists staying at Layton hotels. A connection with Layton FrontRunner Station makes it easy for anyone coming from Ogden or Salt Lake City to reach the resort.
Service on route 677 starts Saturday, Dec. 17. The route will run daily until April 2, pending snow conditions. One-way ski bus fare is $4.50 and can be purchased at a ticket vending machine or paid on the bus with exact change.
Ski routes aren’t the only bus routes changing this weekend. Sunday, Dec. 18 is change day and will bring changes to select bus routes in Weber, Davis, Salt Lake and Utah counties. TRAX, S-Line and FrontRunner service will not change. See a full list of all route changes here. New schedules for individual routes can be viewed by selecting the route and clicking on the “view changes” button on the upper right hand corner of the screen.