Utah Transit Authority (UTA)

It is LEGAL to carry a firearm on any UTA Bus, Trax or Frontrunner.
Individuals who do not have a concealed firearm permit must open carry or have the firearm unloaded, locked in a secure case and not readily accessible.

In May 2016 the Governor Herbert signed ​House Bill 67 - Weapons on Public Transportation into law. The bill amended (deleted) codes ​76-10-150476-10-1507 and 77-23a-8 to eliminated the prohibition of carrying a firearm on a bus as long as the owner can legally carry the firearm and has no criminal intent. Prior to this bill becoming law, it was illegal to carry a firearm on a bus, including bus stops, even if the firearm was unloaded and secured in a locked case without a valid concealed firearm permit. This meant that those who relied on public transportation could not use a bus to get to the shooting range or to bring a newly-purchased firearm back to their home.