Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
FILE - A TRAX train moves through Salt Lake City on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. The Utah Transit Authority will change select bus and rail schedules on Sunday, Dec. 3.

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Transit Authority will change select bus and rail schedules on Sunday, Dec. 3.

New schedules for individual routes can be viewed online at rideuta.com by selecting the route and clicking on the “view changes” button on the upper right corner of the screen. Some of the bigger changes UTA is planning include:

• Route 218 in Salt Lake County will end at the South Jordan Station instead of continuing to the Sandy Civic Center Station. This change is designed to improve the route’s connection with FrontRunner. The route will also increase midday service to every 30 minutes. Route 201 will change to cover the east portion of the route to Sandy Civic Center Station that is no longer being served by route 218.

• Ski service to Big and Little Cottonwood canyons will begin on Sunday, Dec. 3. Service to Snowbasin, Powder Mountain and Sundance will begin on Saturday, Dec. 16.

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• The schedule for route 811 in Utah County will change slightly to improve connections with the TRAX Blue Line. Route 850 will be adjusted to improve connections with FrontRunner.

• In Davis and Weber counties, route 470 will no longer serve Lagoon on Sundays, as the resort is closed for the winter.

• Route 901 in Park City will end service at the Kimball Junction Transit Center, where it will connect with Park City’s bus service. This route will go into effect Nov. 19.

• Small changes will be made to Red and Blue line schedules to improve reliability for rail service. No changes will be made to FrontRunner, S-Line or Green Line schedules.