Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
FILE - Utah Transit Authority employees look over the New Flyer Xcelsior 60-foot articulated bus in Salt Lake City on Friday, July 14, 2017. The bus is powered by a clean-air diesel-electric hybrid motor and can hold up to 80 passengers.

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Transit Authority wants your help in naming the new Provo-Orem rapid transit line.

Entries, which will be taken through Sunday, Nov. 5, should be descriptive, as short as possible and should not refer to a commercial entity.

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Submitted entries will then be put before a committee made up of leaders from Utah County, Provo, Orem, the Mountainland Association of Governments, the Utah Department of Transportation and UTA. The committee will then narrow the entries down to three finalists and two alternates, which will then be submitted to a copyright review.

Once the copyright review is complete in mid-December, the committee will recommend three finalists that the public can vote on between Monday, Dec. 18, and Friday, Jan. 5. After the voting has concluded, the committee will submit the winning name to the UTA board of trustees for consideration and approval.

Entries must be submitted via a secure form on the UTA website at rideuta.com. Please note that only one entry per person will be considered.