Live At North Gate Apartments Public Transportation

Salt Lake City has a dynamic Live At North Gate Apartments Public Transportation system. As a resident, you have a number of options where to find and use a public transportation system.

If you just arrived at the Salt Lake City International Airport, and are ready to come to Live At North Gate Apartments, you can take an airport shuttle or a van, or take a private car from the airport. The shuttle is cheaper than a taxi or limousine.

Through Live At North Gate Apartments Public Transportation, you can book ahead online by connecting to http://www.supershuttle.com or call 1-800-Blue-Van (258-3826). You can also download an Android app on "SuperShuttle" in the app stores.

If you want other options, you can utilize a commuter train, a bus that goes around the city, or a light-rail to provide you with access from the Airport all the way up to the ski resorts and back to the airport. If you're staying at the apartment community, just connect with Live At North Gate Apartments Public Transportation.

The commuter trains operate daily and provide transport from Ogden to Provo as early as 4:30 am on weekdays until the last stop at midnight. These trains are called Frontrunner and make their runs only until Saturday, from 6:00 am to 2:00 am.

Another Live At North Gate Apartments Public Transportation subsystem are the light-rail lines also known as Trax. You can crisscross within the downtown Salt Lake City area in all the points and lines that actively run through downtown.

There are three Trax lines available in the Live At North Gate Apartments Public Transportation: the Green line, the Blue line and the Red line.

The Green line begins from the Salt Lake City International Airport, from 5:30 am to 11:30 pm, goes to downtown Salt Lake and out to the West Valley City. The train runs every 15 minutes and the fare is $2.50. The boarding area at the airport is at a designated welcome center outside Terminal One.

Once you are in downtown, you can take any Blue train at the transfer station if you're heading for Draper. It runs through the valley to Draper, in Live At North Gate Apartments Public Transportation.

The Red line provides public transport service from the University of Utah, then proceeding through downtown, then to 6400 South and ending its trip to west to the Daybreak community.

Buses are also available from the Trax and Frontrunner stations that provide public transport services within the city center and to the outskirts in the greater Salt Lake area of the Live At North Gate Apartments Public Transportation. You can take buses to and from Ogden, Salt Lake Valley, Utah County and up to Brigham City. A route also connects from the center to Park City, up to the Cottonwood Canyons during ski season.