Utah Transportation

Logan/Bear Lake Ogden Park City Vernal/Flaming Gorge Utah Valley Heber City Castle Country Capitol Reef National Park Arches National Park Moab Canyonlands National Park Monument Valley Bryce Canyon National Park Escalante/Grand Staircase St. George Zion National Park Lake Powell Kanab/Grand Canyon North Rim Cedar City Davis/Antelope Island Salt Flats/Wendover Salt Lake City Central Utah

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Utah is located in the western United States. Northern Utah is generally considered a part of the Rocky Mountain States. Climate and landscape make southern Utah more closely aligned with the southwestern U.S.

Area: 84,990 square miles
Neighboring States: Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona
Population: 2,233,169 (2000 Census)
Capital City: Salt Lake City

Transportation Information

Upon reaching Utah, you will quickly see why accessibility is one of the bonuses of being here. If you want your own wheels, choose to rent a car or four-wheel drive vehicle from one of the companies listed here. Private transit services are available for any destination and the Utah Transit Authority offers regular public transportation along the Wasatch Front.

For up-to-the-minute transportation information, including traffic, winter road conditions, public transit, and Lake Powell Ferry services, call 511 from within Utah, or 866-511-UTAH (8824) from outside of Utah. Both calls are toll free. For more information about this service, visit the Utah Transportation website.

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