FrontRunner Utah Introduction
The Frontrunner is an American computer rail service controlled by the Utah Transit Authority.
The main head office of the company is situated in Utah, United States. The company started their operation on April 26, 2009.
The company trains service run from Pleasant View to Provo covering the distance of 88 miles.
The company fleet consists of MpXpess, GP39 locomotive, Bi-Level Bombardier cabs, Bi-level Bombardier cabs, and Comet coaches.
Their trains have stopped on several stations named as Pleasant View, Roy, Clearfield, Layton, North Temple Bridge, Murray Central South Jordan and many more.
The FrontRunner train collided with the FedEx semi-trailer trucks in January 2017 at North Salt crossing.
In this accident, the FedEx semi-trailer truck gets crushed, and goods of the truck fell outside.
There was no series of injuries in the accident. The company fired some of the employees after this accident.
The FrontRunner Utah rail expansion created for reaching transportation needs. The company provides its services to more than 68,000 people per day.
Frontrunner Utah Fares
The company fare rates based on one-way and distance. The base fare of the company is $2.50 whereas the fare for the senior citizen is $1.25.
The company also provides a Promotional Group Pass which allows grant four riders to ride together on local and Trax.
The pass of the company starts at 8.30, and it is available for the full day. The company also provides monthly passes to riders.
Warm Springs Service Centre maintains the company trains and buses.
Go Ride App
The Go-Ride app of the company provides a tracking service to riders.
The app allows riders to pay for their fares. The tickets are also available on the Go Ride App. The Go Ride App is available on both the Android and iPhone platforms.