- 1 How do I pay with UTA go ride?
- 2 How does UTA Farepay work?
- 3 Can you use card to pay for bus?
- 4 How do I pay by phone on the bus?
- 5 Do UTA buses take debit cards?
- 6 Does UTA have an app?
- 7 Is there a bus to Snowbird?
- 8 How do I contact UTA?
- 9 How do I activate my UTA Farepay card?
- 10 What happens if you forget to tap off a bus?
- 11 Can you buy a bus ticket with a debit card?
- 12 Can you pay by card on a first bus?
- 13 Why does my contactless not work on the bus?
How do I pay with UTA go ride?
Open the app on your mobile phone to plan a trip and purchase tickets. Add a credit or debit card for purchases. You can buy your tickets prior to riding and activate them when you are ready to ride.
How does UTA Farepay work?
With the UTA FAREPAY Card, paying fares on bus, TRAX, FRONTRUNNER and streetcar is easy. Just tap the card on a card reader whenever you enter or exit UTA rail stations or buses and the fare is automatically deducted from your account.
Can you use card to pay for bus?
Look for the contactless symbol on your credit or debit card to see if your card is contactless enabled. Then, board a bus with the contactless symbol and instead of paying with cash, simply tap your card or contactless-enabled device onto the reader and wait for the beep.
How do I pay by phone on the bus?
To use the service, commuters simply tap the fare gantries or card readers with their Mastercard or mobile phone, which must already have Apple Pay, Fitbit Pay, Google Pay or Samsung Pay installed.
Do UTA buses take debit cards?
Cash (bills and coins) and debit/credit cards are accepted at ticket machines. Ticket machines accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
Does UTA have an app?
UTA’s official app, UTA Mobile, gives you access to the latest information about UTA wherever you are. Browse news and events, find your way across campus, and now you can complete a daily self-assessment of COVID-19 symptoms prior to coming to campus.
Is there a bus to Snowbird?
Best Times of Day to Avoid Crowds: There are three UTA Ski Bus routes that service Little and Big Cottonwood Canyons and Alta, Snowbird, Brighton, and Solitude resorts. During peak times in the AM and PM the 994 and 972 Routes will deploy busses in 15-minute intervals. There will be 15 busses in total on the 953 Route.
How do I contact UTA?
Call or Email Us General inquiries can be made Monday through Saturday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at (801) RIDE-UTA (801-743-3882) or at [email protected]
How do I activate my UTA Farepay card?
How to Use FAREPAY
- Activate your card by following instructions in packaging for cards purchased online.
- Create a web account at farepay.rideuta.com and add your card to the account for loss and theft protection as well as for convenient account management.
What happens if you forget to tap off a bus?
Customers just have to tap their bank card or phone on the ticket machine as they board the bus, then tap it again on the “exit reader” as they disembark. A bus company spokeswoman said: “You will be charged the full single fare to the end of the route, so always remember to tap off in order to pay the correct fare.”
Can you buy a bus ticket with a debit card?
Anyone with a contactless debit or credit card can use it to pay for travel in London. It’s ideal if you don’t have or want an Oyster card. Your card is used the same way as an Oyster card – you tap in and out at the tube or train station ticket barriers or tap the yellow card reader when you get on a bus.
Can you pay by card on a first bus?
The UK’s leading operator, First Bus, today announced a commitment to allow its customers to pay for travel through the use of contactless debit and credit cards. First Bus customers can already pay for bus travel using its successful smartcard and mobile payment (mTickets) mechanisms.
Why does my contactless not work on the bus?
Some of the reasons why a card may not work include: The card is outside of the validity dates i.e. expired. The card is not a contactless card. The card is not accepted e.g. American Express.