Utah Transit Authority aims to reduce air pollution with Ride Clear campaign
Amanda Bayhi | February 6, 2014
The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) will give away 5,000 free public transportation passes in the next couple of months during its Ride Clear campaign, which aims to reduce air pollution, KTSU-FOX 13 reports.
The agency is teaming up with the Utah Clean Air Partnership to offer the free passe, which provide passengers with unlimited rides on UTA trains and buses for seven consecutive days anytime between February 17 and March 31.
The free passes are intended to reduce vehicle trips by promoting public transportation.
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