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November 3, 2008

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UTA Breaks Ground for TRAX Airport Light Rail

The Utah Transit Authority in Salt Lake City broke ground Oct. 22 for the Airport TRAX light rail line, the fourth of five lines included in UTA’s FrontLines 2015 project.
“With this ground breaking, Salt Lake City joins other great cities around the world to really become a city that ties by rail its downtown and its communities to an international airport service,” Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker said at the event.
The six-mile line branches off the Sandy/Salt Lake TRAX line at the Arena Station and will include five new stations: 800 West South Temple, 155 North 1000 West, 1550 West North Temple, 1900 West North Temple, and Salt Lake International Airport, Terminal One.
The FrontLines 2015 project also includes TRAX lines serving West Valley City, West Jordan, and Draper, and a FrontRunner commuter rail line to Utah County.

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