The Salt Lake City Intermodal Hub (also known as Salt Lake Central on Utah Transit Authority routes and SLC by Amtrak) is a multi-modal transportation hub in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States served by the Blue Line of UTA's TRAX light rail system that operates in Salt Lake County and by FrontRunner, UTA's commuter rail that operates along the Wasatch Front from Pleasant View in northern Weber County through Ogden, Davis County, Salt Lake City, and Salt Lake County to Provo in central Utah County. Service at the intermodal hub is also provided by Amtrak (with the California Zephyr), Greyhound Lines, and U Car Share, as well as UTA local bus service.
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