Today marks the start of the first-ever National Rail Safety Week. The effort was organized by non-profit rail safety group Operation Lifesaver to remind riders, drivers and pedestrians to stay safe near rail lines. UTA is joining in the effort by participating in rail safety events all week long. For more information about staying safe near trains, visit our rail safety page.
Monday, Sept. 25 - Governor Gary R. Herbert will declare Sept. 24-30 Utah Rail Safety Week.
Tuesday, Sept. 26 - Look for Utah Transit Police and other departments near rail stations and tracks as they help educate riders, pedestrians and drivers about the importance of rail safety.
Wednesday, Sept. 27 - Visit our rail safety booth for information and UTA freebies at the Layton Fire Safety Fair, 5 to 8 p.m. at Fire Station 51, 530 N. 2200 West, Layton.
Thursday, Sept. 28 - We'll be at North Temple Station from 6 to 8 a.m. and Central Pointe Station from 4 to 6 p.m. handing out rail safety water bottles, key chains and pens.
Friday, Sept. 29 - It's "Red Out for Rail Safety" night at Northridge, Woods Cross, West, American Fork and Spanish Fork High Schools varsity football games. We'll share safety reminders and have safety giveaways.