With more than a half million people expected to attend the 2016 Hill AFB “Warriors Over the Wasatch” open house and air show June 25-26, spectators can avoid traffic delays and parking issues by taking advantage of special service and discounted fares offered by Utah Transit Authority.
For the first time in its history, UTA will offer limited FrontRunner commuter rail service on a Sunday, with three morning and evening trips available. The agency will also provide special bus service from UTA’s Clearfield FrontRunner Station that will transport attendees directly to the air show portal on Hill’s flight line during both days of the event.
While attendance at the air show is free, UTA is offering a discounted air show transit pass for $5 valid on bus and FrontRunner. For groups with up to four adults, UTA is also offering a $15 group pass. Up to two children age six and under can ride free with a fare-paying adult.
Air show attendees may also opt to park at UTA’s Clearfield FrontRunner Station and ride the agency’s all-day bus service to and from the event. During the show, round-trip transit passes will be available for purchase at the station for $5, but will only be valid on UTA’s special air show bus service.
The discounted passes must be purchased online before June 20 to allow time for shipping. Those interested in purchasing UTA’s discounted FrontRunner and bus passes for the Air Show can log on the UTA website.
The discounted passes are also available at UTA Customer Service Centers through June 24.