Route 630 is not only UTA’s northernmost bus route, it’s also one of the most diverse. This 40-mile route winds its way through two counties, connecting one of the smallest towns in Utah (Willard, pop. 1,772) with one of the biggest (Ogden, pop. 82,825). It runs down Brigham City’s historic Main Street, past the 150-year-old LDS Tabernacle and under the landmark Brigham City archway. The route also provides transportation to two universities – Weber State University and the Utah State University Extension site in Brigham City, as well as to the Bridgerland Applied Technology College.
UTA Senior Service Planner Trevan Blaisdell said the route is often used by Weber State students who live in Box Elder and northern Weber counties. The route makes one trip directly to Weber State in the morning, while later trips end at Ogden Central Station. It serves as a commuter bus for employees at the Pepsi Bottling Group, Brigham City Community Hospital and Willard and Perry city offices. Route 630 also provides Box Elder County residents with a direct connection to FrontRunner at Ogden Station.
Whether you’re commuting, sightseeing or trying to track down regional specialties like Maddox rolls or a Brigham City peach shake, route 630 will get you there. You can find the route 630 schedule and route map here.