Daybreak Parkway (UTA station)

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Daybreak Parkway
Utah Transit Authority (UTA)
TRAX light rail station
Red line Trax at Daybreak Parkway and platforms.jpg
Station statistics
Address 11405 South Grandville Avenue
South Jordan, Utah[1]
 United States
Coordinates 40°32′38″N 112°00′51″W / 40.544027°N 112.014086°W / 40.544027; -112.014086Coordinates: 40°32′38″N 112°00′51″W / 40.544027°N 112.014086°W / 40.544027; -112.014086
Line(s)

Utah Transit Authority (UTA):

Connections UTA intra-county and local bus
Structure type At-grade
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Parking 400[1]
Other information
Opened 7 August 2011[2]
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Owned by UTA
Services
Preceding station   Utah Transit Authority   Following station
Red Line Terminus

Daybreak Parkway[3][1] is a light rail station in the Daybreak Community in West Jordan, Utah, in the United States, served by the Red Line of the Utah Transit Authority's (UTA) TRAX light rail system. The station is the southwestern terminus of the Red Line, which provides service from this station to the University of Utah.

Description[edit]

The station is located at 11405 South Grandville Avenue (about 5150 West) with both of the station's side platforms situated in the median of that road. The station is easily accessible from West Daybreak Parkway as well as the Mountain View Corridor (SR-85), via the Mountain View Corridor/West Daybreak Parkway interchange just to the southwest. The station is immediately east of the University of Utah Health Care Occupational Medicine facility. The station has a free Park and Ride lot with 400 parking spaces available, but there are plans for a total of about 600 parking spaces.[1][4][Note 1] In the original planning stages, the station was referred to as "Daybreak South Station", but later changed to the current name.[4][7][3] The station is part of a railway right of way that was created specifically for the southwestern end of the Red Line. The station opened 7 August 2011 as part of the Red Line (Mid-Jordan) and is operated by the Utah Transit Authority.[2]

All of UTA's TRAX and FrontRunner trains and stations, streetcars and streetcar stops, and all fixed route buses are compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act and are therefore accessible to those with disabilities.[8] Signage at the stations, on the passenger platforms, and on the trains clearly indicate accessibility options. In accordance with the Utah Clean Air Act and UTA ordinance, "smoking is prohibited on UTA vehicles as well as UTA bus stops, TRAX stations, and FrontRunner stations".[9]

Train schedule[Note 2][edit]

On weekdays the first (northbound) Red Line train (to the University Medical Center Station) leaves the Daybreak Parkway Station at about 4:45 am and the train leaves at 11:19 pm. However, the last train only goes as far north as the Central Pointe Station; the last southbound train to the University Medical Center Station leaves at 10:19 pm.

On Saturdays the first (northbound) train leaves at about 6:15 am and the last train leaves at 11:29 pm. However, the last train only goes as far north as the Central Pointe Station; the last northbound train to the University Medical Center Station leaves at 10:29 pm.

On Sundays the first (northbound) train leaves at about 10:15 am and the last train leaves at 8:09 pm. However, the last northbound train only goes as far north as the Central Pointe Station; the last northbound train to the University Medical Center Station leaves at 7:09 pm.

Red Line trains run every fifteen minutes on weekdays and every twenty minutes on weekends.[10][11]

Bus connections[Note 3][edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ On 1 July 2013 UTA announced that beginning immediately it was starting a one year pilot program involving most of its TRAX and FrontRunner Park and Ride lots. The purpose of the new program is to make rider connections with the Salt Lake City International Airport more convenient by avoiding the need to park at the airport. The program allows UTA patrons to park for an "unlimited amount of time" in the designated Park and Ride lots. In addition, UTA will allow free parking in all of its parking garages. Previous UTA policy limited parking to no more than 24 hours, except at its parking garages. As part of the year long pilot program, "UTA will measure parking lot usage and monitor costs, maintenance requirements, impacts to snow removal and security issues before determining if the program will be extended." There are eight Park and Ride lots that are excluded from this test program and the 24 hour time limit will still apply to these lots. Daybreak Parkway Station's lot is specifically not included in this test program.[5] Notwithstanding permission to park for extended periods in the applicable Park and Ride Lots, updated signage at the stations advises that the UTA Transit Police request that they be notified anytime a car is parked in one of the lots for more than seven days.
    On 3 July 2014 UTA announced that it had extended the free parking pilot program for another year, but was removing two stations from the program.[6]
  2. ^ Train schedules are current as of Change Day, 17 August 2014
  3. ^ Bus routes are current as of Change Day, 17 August 2014
  4. ^ Bus Route F518 runs either clockwise or counterclockwise through Riverton, depending on the specific time of the run

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "TRAX Parking and Stops". rideuta.com. Utah Transit Authority. Retrieved 6 Mar 2013. 
  2. ^ a b Fidel, Steve (1 Oct 2010). "2011 completion date for two TRAX lines announced". Deseret News (Salt Lake City: Deseret Digital Media). Retrieved 6 Mar 2013. 
  3. ^ a b Hancock, Laura (25 Feb 2010). "UTA's board OKs station names". Deseret News (Salt Lake City: Deseret Digital Media). Retrieved 8 Aug 2013. 
  4. ^ a b "Daybreak Plan" (PDF). Utah Transit Authority. Retrieved 6 Mar 2013. 
  5. ^ "UTA Offers Free Multi-Day Parking". Utah Transit Authority. 26 Jun 2013. Retrieved 12 Aug 2014. 
  6. ^ "UTA Renews Free Long-term Parking Program". rideuta.com. Utah Transit Authority. 3 Jul 2014. Retrieved 30 Jul 2014. 
  7. ^ "Mid-Jordan Transit Corridor CE/PE/FEIS" (PDF). Utah Transit Authority. Retrieved 8 Aug 2013. 
  8. ^ "Fixed Route Accessibility". rideuta.com. Utah Transit Authority. Retrieved 13 Mar 2013. 
  9. ^ "Rider Rules". rideuta.com. Utah Transit Authority. Retrieved 12 Mar 2013. 
  10. ^ "TRAX" (PDF). rideuta.com. Utah Transit Authority. 13 Apr 2014. Retrieved 15 Apr 2014. 
  11. ^ "Route 703 - Red Line" (PDF). rideuta.com. Utah Transit Authority. Retrieved 12 Aug 2014. 

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