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WSCA 2017 Airport Transportation Options

Tuesday, December 20, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Christina Yoshimura
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By The Local Hosts

The Little America Hotel has teamed up with City Creek Limousine which has many transportation options for visitors. The hotel offers three different shuttle options for visitors to choose from. The prices range from $25 to $45 per person. For more information go online to http://www.citycreeklimo.com/index.php/little-america or call 801-596-5799 with any questions.

UTA: Trax (train) is another mode of transportation that conference attendees can take to the Little America Hotel. The cost per person is $2.50 one-way or $5.00 round-trip. Visitors will take the Trax Green Line 704, and get on at the Airport Station and get off at the Courthouse Station. For more information go online to https://www.rideuta.com/Rider-Tools/Schedules-and-Maps or call 801-743-3882.

Uber and Lyft are also both great options for transportation. Depending on the size of the car, a ride from Uber would cost $10 to $40 per ride (not per person). That price range is for pick up at the Salt Lake City International Airport to the Little America Hotel. For more information go online to https://www.uber.com/cities/salt-lake-city/. Lyft offers two different size options for riders, Lyft and Plus. A ride from Lyft staring at the Salt Lake City International Airport to the Little America Hotel for Lyft (one to three people) would be $10 and a ride from Plus (six seats/six people) would be $15. For more information you can go online to https://www.lyft.com/cities/salt-lake-city.

One mode of transportation that we do not suggest is a taxicab. The deregulation of cabs in Salt Lake City has caused a spike in rates and a decrease in quality of service. Deregulation means that drivers can charge whatever they want and aren’t required to tell you the price beforehand or give you a receipt. Plus the taxicab companies are no longer required to do background checks on their employees/drivers. For more information, see the Salt Lake Tribune’s coverage of the taxicab deregulation at http://www.sltrib.com/home/2328882-155/slc-transportation-regulations-moot-if-guv.

 

 


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