For its part, UTA leaders said the agency wants to continue working in partnership with cities along the Wasatch Front to advance the goal of improved mass transit.
“Our job is to help achieve the community’s goals,” UTA General Manager Michael Allegra said. “We have plans for future streetcars and a lot more bus-rapid transit and bus services.”
Allegra noted that technology would be a major tool in the advancement of transit, including mobile apps that make it easier for riders to find travel information, as well as technology that makes paying fares much easier.
“Almost everybody has access to a car. We want everybody to have access to transit as well,” Allegra said. “Making it as easy to use transit as it is to use your car is our goal.”
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