Salt Lake Airport to Provo in 3 Steps

Salt Lake City Airport serves as a gateway to the wonders of Utah Valley, with its bustling downtown, historic sites, and vibrant sports culture. Whether you’re traveling for business, leisure, or to cheer on BYU Football in their debut season in the Big 12, we have you covered.


Hello, Travelers! Embarking on your journey from the Salt Lake City Airport to Provo has never been easier. Follow our simple guide, and you'll be exploring Provo in no time.

Step 1: Arrival at Salt Lake City Airport

As soon as you land at the Salt Lake City Airport:

  • Collect Your Luggage: Retrieve your bags and head to the ground floor.
  • Find the Light Rail Station: Use the elevator or escalator and follow the clear signage to the light rail station.

Step 2: Purchasing Your Ticket

  • Location: Walk outside towards pillar 2A, where you will find ticket booths.
  • Ticket Machines: Use the machines at the airport station to purchase your ticket.
  • Ticket Selection:
    • Click 'FrontRunner One Way Full Fare' (select 'Reduced Fare' if applicable).
    • Choose North Temple as your starting station.
    • Select Provo Central as your destination.
  • Payment: UTA accepts credit cards, debit cards, and cash.

Step 3: Your Journey to Provo

  • Duration: Approximately 1.5 to 2 hours.
  • First Leg: TRAX Green Line
    • Departs every 15 minutes before 7 PM and every 30 minutes after 7 PM.
    • Travel for five stops to the North Temple Bridge/Guadalupe stop.
  • Transfer to FrontRunner:
    • Exit the train, cross the tracks, and head to the North Temple FrontRunner station.
    • FrontRunner departs every 30 minutes midday and hourly otherwise.
  • Second Leg: Southbound Train
    • Located on the east side of the station.
    • The ride to Provo lasts around 70 minutes.

While You Travel

  • Relax and Enjoy: Read a book, use the free WiFi, or simply enjoy the scenic view.
  • Stay Informed: Download the Transit App to track wait times and manage payments.

Arriving at Provo

  • No Service on Sundays: Plan accordingly, as FrontRunner doesn't operate on Sundays.
  • Group Travel: Consider a UTA Group Pass for $15, allowing up to four people unlimited access to TRAX, FrontRunner, and local buses for a day.
  • Local Transportation: In Provo, transfer to the UBS, a free bus line connecting you to major attractions like downtown Provo and BYU.


Things to do in Provo

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