Traveling to Utah Valley? You have a lot of great transportation options available to you.
With service from 10 airlines and their affiliates, Salt Lake International Airport gives you many options of who and when to travel with. Click here for more flight information.
Provo Airport also offers commercial flights through Allegiant Airlines. Check Allegiant's website for route information and flight availability.
Trains (& Other Public Transport)
The Utah Transit Authority provides local service throughout Utah County.
The total trip from Salt Lake City Airport to the Provo Marriott, using public transportation, takes around 1.5 - 2 hours.
For your entire trip from the SLC International Airport to Provo, you can expect the cost to be around $7.00. The only ticket you will need to buy is for Frontrunner, since the airport light rail and UVX bus are free.
If you have 4 people traveling together, you can get group pass for $15 that will work for UTA, Frontrunner and UVX. Less than $4.00 per person! Find out more here.
If you would like to use an app to navigate your public transportation while in town, UTA recommends the Transit app. Its logo looks like this:
Light Rail/TRAX Tips
The TRAX line is next to the exit of Terminal One.
If you’re flying Delta you’re in Terminal Two and you’ll need to make your way to Terminal One to take TRAX.
There are ticket machines to the right of the Terminal One double doors near the TRAX station.
Provo is South of Salt Lake.
Take the Frontrunner train going SOUTH. Check the signage before you board.
The Frontrunner has free wifi.
For more information and tips for riding Frontrunner, click here.
The Frontrunner train does NOT on operate on Sunday.
Many popular destinations around the Provo/Orem area, are accessible using the UVX line. With buses running every 6-10 minutes, you'll reach your destination in good time. Plus, it is free of charge for all riders.
Still nervous about getting here on public transport? Watch this video that visualizes the entirety of the adventure.
For a more scenic travel route, consider Amtrak or Greyhound. Greyhound stops in both Provo and Spanish Fork, offering multiple access points to our beautiful valley. Hop on Amtrak's California Zephyr line and travel some of the most beautiful land in the country before you reach your final destination in Provo.
For the independent traveler, check out one of the many car rental companies in the area, listed below.
Uber and Lyft are also popular transportation options in the area. Taxi services are just a phone call away.
Rental Car Partners
Parking in Downtown Provo?
There are many places to park in Downtown Provo, if you know where to look. Download this map (preview below) so that you can be an expert.