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BYU students can purchase UTA passes for discounted $40 rate

Good 2005-2006 academic year

Brigham Young University students can purchase UTA Education Bus Passes at the beginning of winter semester 2006 at a discounted rate of $40.

The bus tickets have been pro-rated from the $60 charged at the beginning of fall semester. The same bus pass will cost $25 at the beginning of spring semester 2006. The bus passes are good through the beginning of September 2006 regardless of when the pass is purchased.

“Some students think they need to purchase a new bus pass for each new semester, but passes purchased at the beginning of fall semester are good for a year,” said Georgia Rasmussen, Student Life Vice President administrative secretary. “Some students may decide to purchase a bus pass halfway through the year because of the cold weather.”

UTA Education Bus Passes are provided to students at a deeply discounted rate from the normal $47 monthly fee.

After registering for a bus pass through Route Y by clicking on the UTA bus pass icon, students can pick up the passes at the ID Center (2300 Wilkinson Student Center), the Information Desk (2310 WSC) or OneStop Student Services in the Wilkinson Student Center at the beginning of winter semester 2006.

For information about UTA's routes and services, visit www.utarideshare.com or call 1-888-RIDE-UTA (1-888-743-3882). UTA's "trip planner" feature on its Web site will also help individuals determine which routes and times best meet their needs.

For further information about UTA passes, call (801) 422-2387.

Writer: Angela Fischer

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