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Buses from Provo to Salt Lake City are boarded at the Intermodal Hub in Provo and arrive at Salt Lake Intermodal Transit Center. Along the way, buses to Salt Lake City from Provo usually make frequent stops for rest breaks. These stops are made at convenience stores, gas stations, and restaurants along the road. There are no popular bus stops for Provo to Salt Lake City buses along this route. These rest breaks give you and your driver time to rest, stretch your legs, get a snack, and use the restroom. On your trip to Salt Lake City, most stores along this route will accept credit and debit cards. However, some stores might not. Therefore, we recommend that you carry some money to avoid any inconvenience.
When you travel by bus to Salt Lake City from Provo, you get to access several amenities like Wi-Fi. We understand that you might want to update your social media or maybe check emails. Our buses from Provo to Salt Lake City also have onboard entertainment, where you get access to movies, the Internet, news, TV, and games all through your smartphone. Additionally, buses to Salt Lake City from Provo have reclining leather seats, extra legroom, and no middle seats for comfort during your trip. Our buses also have a restroom and a power outlet on each seat. We are also built with a technology that burns fuel without releasing much waste into the environment. If you are traveling with some luggage, you can put them right above you in a storage compartment.
You can carry around four bags when traveling by bus from Provo to Salt Lake City. You can carry one bag with you on the bus. Provo to Salt Lake City buses have a recommended weight for the bag you carry inside the bus. The bag must also fit in the storage compartment above your seat or below the seat that’s in front of you. You can also put three bags in the under-bus storage area. These bags can have a maximum size of around 62 inches, and weigh up to approximately 50 pounds each. Before departure, each piece of luggage that is stored in the under-bus storage area needs to be tagged correctly.
When taking a bus to Salt Lake City from Provo, we recommend carrying your official identification documents. Bus tickets from Provo to Salt Lake City are essential to have with you on your trip. This is because you will need to show your E-ticket to the driver on the day of travel before you enter the bus. We recommend that you purchase and save the E-ticket on your smartphone. If you are traveling with your child, and they do not have a smartphone, you can purchase multiple E-tickets on your smartphone. Similarly, if you are traveling as a group, one smartphone can be used to retrieve multiple E-tickets.
Yes, buses to Salt Lake City from Provo pass through routes that have some beautiful scenery. Get a seat next to a window if it’s available to you and enjoy seeing the amazing attractions, landscapes, towns, and cities. Some beautiful towns that you might see while passing through from Provo to Salt Lake City include: Orem; American Folk; Lehi, a city in Utah; Draper; and Midvale. These cities have nice eateries and popular attractions. While on this journey, always feel free to take pictures of the beautiful places and landscapes. Lastly, when boarding Provo to Salt Lake City buses, you can carry a map to guide you through the cities as you travel.
It takes 0h 55m to get from Provo to Salt Lake City by bus. Your arrival can differ by about 0h 18m. This largely depends on whether your bus ride includes stops or is a direct route from Provo to Salt Lake City.
The distance between Provo and Salt Lake City is about 38.0 mi in a straight line. In terms of time, 0h 55m by bus is reasonable for normal traffic levels.