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“The approach to Salt Lake International Airport is one of the most impressive in the country, with the Wasatch Mountains rising abruptly to the east and the Great Salt Lake glistening to the north. From the air you get a great view of Salt Lake’s downtown district and you see just how close, and convenient, the airport is to the city.
Salt Lake City International Airport is located just five miles northwest and 10 minutes away from downtown Salt Lake City. Buses, trains and parking lots are all accessible at the airport. The airport works with all major U.S. airlines, including American, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, US Airways, Continental, SkyWest, jetBlue, and United; it services several non-stop international flights.”
The Davis Conference Center is located off I-15 in Layton, Utah, and is just 20 minutes north of the Salt Lake International Airport. Utah’s Frontrunner Commuter Rail system is only minutes away. The Salt Lake International Airport Website provides additional transportation information for your convenience including Trax, buses, shuttles, cabs, Paratrans, and route/parking information.
Super Shuttle – (800) 258-3826
Salt Lake Express – (800) 356-9796
Public transportation to and from the Salt Lake City International Airport is provided by the Utah Transit Authority (UTA).
The TRAX/light rail Green Line leaves the airport every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 20 minutes on weekends. The TRAX stop is located at the south end of Terminal One. To locate the TRAX stop, visit our Airport Terminal Map.
Weekdays: 5:42 a.m. to 11:27 p.m.
Weekends: 6:31 a.m. to 11:11 p.m.
The Midtown Trolley provides a free local service every 30 minutes around the area including service to Layton and Clearfield Stations on the FrontRunner Train. At the airport you can buy a $3.70 Frontrunner Ticket to Layton and then you can take any Trax Light Rail (Green Line 704 toward West Valley Central) 5 stops to North Temple Bridge / Guadalupe Stop, transfer to FrontRunner (750 toward Ogden – FrontRunner is closed on Sunday) 3 stops to Layton and take the free 628 bus to your hotel or the convention center. If you just buy the 2.50 Trax Light Right ticket at the Airport, don’t worry. At North Temple Bridge you can pay only the extra 1.20 by specifying you have a transfer from Trax.
UTA Paratransit Service
Public transportation for passengers with disabilities is provided by UTA’s Paratransit program. To make arrangements, contact UTA at (801) 287-7433 and visit the UTA Paratransit Services page for more information.
Bus & Trolley Services
You can find any planning and route tools at the Utah Transit Authority Website. Please keep in mind the UTA site generally does not update routes and/or issues with routes more than 30-60 days out. Plan to mark your route using their tools a couple weeks before your trip to Utah. The address to enter for your destination is:
1651 North 700 West
Layton, Utah 84041
This address will pull up information to take Trax or Bus to the North Temple UTA stop. From there you can chose to take Light Rail/Trax to Clearfield and the Trolley or Bus to your destination of the Davis Conference Center.
Shuttles, Taxi, Uber, Limo, or other transportations can be found on their pages, or summarized on the Salt Lake City Airport Transportation Page.
Other Ground Transportations including Rental Cars, Taxi and other options can be found at: https://www.visitsaltlake.com/getting-around/ground-transportation