Salt Lake Community College students who use the B-Line intercampus shuttle will notice major changes in the service during the summer months.
Due to low ridership, the Student Executive Council chose to shut down the B-Line‘s southbound route for the semester.
The northbound line — which stops at the Taylorsville Redwood, Meadowbrook and South City campuses — will still be in service.
The B-Line leaves the east entrance of South City Campus at the top of every hour beginning at 7 a.m. Buses departing from Taylorsville Redwood Campus stop at the north side bus stop and leave on every half hour.
Buses on the way to Taylorsville arrive at the Meadowbrook TRAX station every 15 minutes after the hour, while buses heading towards South City stop at Meadowbrook every 15 minutes before the hour.
The shuttle service runs Monday through Friday.
While this change may impact students who use the B-Line to access other campuses, UTA offers a discount bus pass to any students who still require one.
SLCC students and staff can use the B-Line free of charge; riders are required to show their OneCard when boarding.