The Utah Transit Authority will be watching Game 6 of the Utah Jazz-Houston Rockets playoff series tonight at EnergySolutions Arena, and make sure that fans can catch a train home after the game.
UTA spokeswoman Carrie Bohnsack-Ware said transit officials will monitor the completion time of the game and, if necessary, schedule a train for departure about 45 minutes later. Bohnsack-Ware added that families attending the game can buy a family pass, good for FrontRunner and TRAX service, for $12.50 that covers passage for two adults and up to six children under 18.
UTA transit service schedules are available at rideuta.com.
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