The Utah Transit Authority will begin offering full bus service this Sunday to five Wasatch Front ski resorts, and riders will have access to new more "efficient" buses when headed up and down the canyons, according to the agency.

This morning, UTA plans to unveil nine of the new buses, which will have an electronic control system for doors, engine, lights and anti-lock breaks. A total of 23 passengers can fit on the new buses, and all gear can be stored inside the buses.

UTA operates 32 ski buses. Skiers or snowboarders with season passes to some resorts can ride for free with a season pass. The buses run to the Sundance resort, Solitude, Brighton, Snowbird and Alta resorts.

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