UTA On Demand 4+

On-demand transit

Via Transportation, Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.5 • 857 Ratings
    • Free

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Book your ride and travel where and when you want. UTA On Demand makes it easy to travel around select zones in the greater Salt Lake City area!

UTA On Demand makes it easier than ever to move around select zones in the greater Salt Lake City area — with a few taps, book a ride using the app and we’ll pair you with others headed your way. No detours, no delays.

What we’re about:
Our algorithm matches people headed in the same direction. This means you’re getting the convenience and comfort of a private ride with the efficiency of a shared one.

Sharing rides reduces the number of vehicles on the roads, bringing down congestion and CO2 emissions. With a couple of taps, you get to do your part to make your community a little bit greener and cleaner, every time you ride.

An adult one-way fare is only $2.50, so grab your friends and take a ride!

How does UTA On Demand work?
UTA On Demand is an on-demand travel concept that takes multiple passengers heading in the same direction and books them into a shared vehicle. Using the UTA On Demand app, input your address and we’ll match you with a vehicle going your way. We’ll pick you up on a nearby corner and drop you off within a short walk of your chosen destination.

Loving your experience so far? Throw us a 5-star rating. You’ll have our eternal gratitude.

What’s New

Version 4.11.12

Performance improvements and bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
857 Ratings

857 Ratings

candi_ass_88 ,

First time using this service today

And may I just say how grateful I feel that I have found this service by UTA. I grew up in the downtown neighborhood where I learned the train and bus system at a very early age, and just have always admired UTA because I know I can always count on them. Especially when life takes a turn on you and your means of transportation get negatively impacted. I always knew I could at least count on our public transportation system. (for the most part, because weird schedules) but when I moved in the southern part of the valley I had noticed no bus stops really in the area. So I was just so grateful to have stumbled across this new service being offered in certain areas like myself… thank you!

Hadtotypeinanickname123 ,

‘UTA On Demand’ does not deserve to call itself a service.

To clarify this is a leadership issue not a driver issue. If this was a driver issue there would be a driver in the first place but half the time there isn’t a single driver available on my phone. This is not an issue with my phone as several other people I know who use your app are saying the same thing. If I didn’t have to get to work in an area UTA closed the bus route to I would have quit this ‘service’ faster than you can say jackrabbit. As it stands I have to spend anywhere from 10 to 40 minutes tapping on my phone waiting for the app to find a car. Not for the car to arrive but to actually find a car that will eventually get to the pick up location where it will eventually get me to work and this is half the time. That’s 50%. 50% would have gotten you an F during my high school days. As it stands I would rather spend 30 minutes getting my exercise power walking to the nearest bus stop than waste my time trying to find 1 ride for 40 minutes. I would not be surprised if someone could run across that tiny area the app operates in less time than that. It isn’t like UTA is unaware of the situation as UTA has been notified by people I know and every time I open the app it tells you that UTA is very aware of where the traffic is high. At the moment I cannot recommend this app to anyone.

SatisfiedCustomerTM ,


I’m typically generous when it comes to stuff like this, but after today I can’t be. I just watched a woman cry because she very nearly missed her uncle’s funeral because this service ignored her need for a wheelchair, and arrived 50 minutes after her request for a ride.
I’ve had similar experiences, at one time waiting more than 3 hours for a ride that would have lasted 15 minutes. If it says any more than 20 minutes on your wait time- be prepared to wait as long as 30-45. When you actually CAN get a ride. I can tell you, waiting hours in a freezing winter has made me sick on multiple occasions because of the misleading times.
Unless you have the time and patience for a very long wait time (I had one instance where the rider never even showed up, despite the fact the app said they were 5 minutes away. They did not replace my ride even after I called them) this service is NOT for you. The prices may be attractive, but not worth it.
If you have a disability or injury, this is another issue. As I said before, they are rarely accommodating toward wheelchairs, and even upon notifying the service of previous injuries, the drivers were never notified.
I can say the drivers are usually very nice people, and as accommodating as they can be, despite how screwed up their service is.

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