Parking and Travel

The BYU Salt Lake Center is located on the third and fourth floors of 3 Triad Center in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. Directions are easily accessible with Google Maps.

Convenient access to public transportation and parking means you’re never limited by distance at the BYU Salt Lake Center.

Free Transportation via UTA

Students with a current BYU ID card can travel free of charge to Salt Lake City using UTA buses and rail lines (FrontRunner and TRAX). If you live near the BYU campus, Provo-area UTA bus service can take you to either the Provo or Orem FrontRunner Station to kick off your journey.

FrontRunner (commuter rail): Exit the train at the North Temple Station and walk one block east to the BYU Salt Lake Center.

TRAX (light rail): The Green (West Valley/Airport) and Blue (Draper/Salt Lake Central) lines of TRAX stop at the Arena Station across from the BYU Salt Lake Center.

Bus: Multiple buses have stops within one block of the BYU Salt Lake Center. Many stop at the corner of 300 West and North Temple Street, the northeast corner of the BYU Salt Lake Center’s block.

Free Parking

Student and visitor parking is located 50 North 400 West in Salt Lake City.

Students are required to have a current BYU ID card to access parking. To enter and exit, hold the ID card to the card reader at the parking gate. Parking rules are enforced 24/7. The parking terrace is only for students attending classes or studying at the BYU Salt Lake Center. Do not use it for other purposes.

Visitors will pull a ticket and may obtain a validation from the event coordinator, Student Services, the Library, or the Testing Center.

Contact Us

Student Services

Monday–Thursday (except holidays)
8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Mountain Time
8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Mountain Time


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