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Getting Around
TRAX Light Rail System – At just $2.50 each way, the “Green Line” is quick, simple, and a great way to save money. Only a 20 minute ride from the airport, just head to the south end of Terminal 1, purchase your pass from the kiosk and board the train which departs every 15 minutes. And, seniors are half price! The hotels are a five-minute walk from the rail line. Take the Gallivan Plaza station for the Hilton and the City Center Station for the Marriott.

Shared Rides –  SuperShuttle or Express Shuttle and a number of share-ride services operate from the airport, and prices are approximately $15 one-way. For private van or car service, the prices increase to anywhere from $35 to more than $150.

Ride-Share Services – Uber or Lyft, both freely operate throughout the Salt Lake valley and beyond. The airport surcharge is minimal, up to just $1.89.

 Taxi – This traditional option is available. One note, however: due to the deregulation of ground transportation fares, it is strongly recommended you discuss and agree upon the rate before the taxi departs the curb. Taxi service to the downtown area, including the Salt Palace Convention Center, should cost no more than $25.

Salt Lake City Visitors Guide

Places to Shop
   Harmon’s Grocery – City Creek 135 E 100 S Open 6 am – 11 pm
   City Creek Center Shopping Mall – 50 Main Street Opens at 10 am (Monday-Saturday)

Events Around Town
   Visitors to Salt Lake City may attend a live broadcast of Music and the Spoken Word featuring The Tabernacle Choir on Sunday morning. Admission is free. Doors open to the public at 8:30 a.m., and guests should be seated by 9:15 a.m., when the doors are closed. The broadcast is 30 minutes in length and ends at 10:00 a.m.

   Spend some time enjoying the beautiful Rocky Mountains.

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