Two TRAX Routes

The Salt Lake Valley is home to one of America's newer light rail systems, Utah Transit Authority's TRAX.  There are two routes in operation.  Both lines run together for seven stations through center city, with a terminal at Salt Lake Central Station. 

The earlier and much longer Sandy/Salt Lake Line (also known as the North/South Line) then heads generally south to the suburb of Sandy.  Route length is about sixteen miles.  The newer and very different University Line goes less than five miles, generally east and up through the University of Utah campus.

This view is along Main St., and shows a train from Sandy entering the Gallivan Plaza station, the first joint stop inbound.   
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Turning Onto S. Temple 1300 South Predawn Wetness
End at Delta Center Leaving Block Territory Out the Front Cab
Uphill, Tight Curves Sandy, Dramatic Sky Between Runs
Turning Onto 400 South Sandy, Morning Fog Signals in the Fog
Olympic Countdown Into Downtown Nearing the University
Freight Line Joins Main St. In Historic Sandy
Road Crossing Six Minutes To Go Construction
Center of the Street Leaving Stadium Traffic Control
South of Downtown Southbound in the Street Waiting at Sandy
Old Downtown Stadium Crossover Downhill
Curve Near Midvale Library Turns Ahead
By the Stadium Brigham Young, Pioneers Autumn Glare
900 South Union Pacific Bumper Removed
New Rails on 200 South Pedestrian Bridge New Grand Hotel
Trains Turning Bumpers, University Line South Campus Drive
Campus Stops Near Medical Center High Above
Haze and Mountains 3900 South Rails Turn
Rails in Pavement Gateway District Stacks of Books
City Center Station To Salt Lake City Three-Car Train
Station Art Downtown Shadows Construction Downtown
Red, White and Blue Space for Lease Fort Douglas
Traffic Circle University Line Tracks Gallivan Plaza Station
Main Street Northbound