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Advocating for Reliable and Accessible Transit in Utah
November UTRU Check-in

Your Monthly Check-in from UTRU


UTRU continues to grow and we wanted to make sure that we were keeping everyone in the loop about what UTRU is up to, providing transit news, and give you ways you can fight for better transit - so, with that in mind, enjoy our first monthly update!

UTA is Taking Input on its Five-Year Plan


UTA is planning for the next five years of service and beyond and is asking for community input to understand transit needs and priorities for the region.

Click here to be linked to the plan and to provide input.

Benefits of Dues

Anyone can be an official member of UTRU, however, UTRU is only able to keep the lights on thanks to the dues and donations we receive from riders like you.

If you are not already one of our dues-paying members, consider becoming one today and a big thank you to those that have already paid! 

Dues are based on the honor system, and the minimum for dues is your average cost to use transit in a day or $5, whichever is higher. You only need to pay dues annually! So, $5 could cover your dues for the year.

Of course, you can contribute more, and these contributions are appreciated. You can also make the same contribution on a monthly basis. All this is to say that one less fancy coffee can go towards fighting for better transit for you and others.

Dues-paying members are able to vote in elections, and we hope to have dues-paying events and giveaways in the near future.

Become a dues-paying member today!

Click Here to Pay Dues

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