Airlines, Airport Shuttles, and Rapid Transit

Take advantage of BYU-preferred negotiated rates for airline flights, hotel bookings, and car rentals by calling BYU Travel Management Services at 801-422-3872 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. mountain time, Monday through Friday. Mention that you are attending Campus Education Week.

Commercial shuttles from the airports:

Salt Lake City International Airport to the Orem/Provo Area
  • EXPRESS Shuttle (the largest shuttle service in the greater Salt Lake area) can be reached at 800-397-0773.
  • Riverwoods Shuttle can be reached at 801-691-0978.
  • Utah Transit Authority Public transportation from Salt Lake City International Airport to the BYU campus (see details below).
Provo Airport to the BYU Campus and the Surrounding Area
  • Riverwoods Shuttle can be reached at 801-691-0978.
  • Taxi service is available. We recommend that you conduct an online search of those taxi/transportation options to make early arrangements.

Please note that the shuttle information above is provided as a service to patrons of Education Week. Education Week and Brigham Young University neither endorse nor specifically recommend any of the businesses listed. Individuals are encouraged to investigate for themselves the appropriateness of the transportation options available. Any resulting arrangements will be strictly between the individual and the company.

Rapid Transit

Call 888-743-3882 or visit www.rideuta.com for bus and train route time schedules and information.

We strongly encourage you to use the new bus rapid transit system, Utah Valley Express (UVX), Route 830X, which runs through Provo and Orem.

The benefits of riding Utah Valley Express:

  • It is currently FREE to ride. Other routes require a fare.
  • No need to bring a car to campus.
  • Buses arrive at each station every 6 to 10 minutes from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on weekdays. The early morning and late evening routes, from 5:00 to 7:00 a.m. and from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m., arrive at each station every 15 minutes. See www.rideuta.com for weekend times.

Each bus stops at three stations on campus:

  • the BYU Stadium Station near the Marriott Center
  • the BYU North Campus Station near the BYU Conference Center
  • the BYU South Campus Station just 300 yards south of the Wilkinson Student Center

Each end of the UVX route—the Provo Central Station and the Orem Central Station—is a connecting point to FrontRunner, UTA’s commuter rail system that has trains running between Ogden and Provo. BYU is just a 23-minute bus ride from either of these stations.