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No More UTA



In regard to the recent UTA TRAX accident in West Jordan: If UTA wants to fatally injure someone, as its “test” train did, can’t UTA come up with a better method?

One more thing: I think it is time to suspend UTA and offer the contract to some other public transportation company—preferably RTD-Denver.

Douglas Cotant
Salt Lake City