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Rep. Curtis to host Clear Air Tour along Wasatch Front

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SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – After a long harsh winter, air quality in Utah continues to remain at the top of residents minds.

On Tuesday Representative John Curtis (R-UT) will hold a “Clean Air Tour” along the Wasatch Front.

The day will begin at the State Capitol with a discussion on improving air quality with Lt. Governor Spencer Cox.

Congressman Curtis will hold an ongoing townhall throughout the day of travel, discussing the importance of good stewardship and conservation efforts, additionally meeting with the Wasatch Front Regional Council, Mountainland Association of Governments, UTA and a group of Brigham Young University students.

Clean Air Tour Schedule (Tuesday: 3/28)

9:30 AM – State Capitol Stop (351 North East Capital Blvd)
Discussion with Lt. Governor Spencer Cox on air quality/environment
Leave State Capitol Stop @ 9:51 AM (Route 500) & arrive TRAX Courthouse Station @ 10:02 AM.

10:00 AM – TRAX Court House Station 
Leave Court House Station @ 10:12 AM (TRAX Blue Line) & arrive at Murray Central Station @ 10:30 AM.
Transportation meeting with WFRC/MAG/UTA during this time

11:30 AM – Murray Central Station
Leave Murray Central Station @ 11:46 AM (FrontRunner South) & arrive at Lehi FrontRunner Station @ 12:15 PM.
(45 min break between stops)

1:00 PM – Lehi FrontRunner Station 
Leave Lehi FrontRunner Station @ 1:15 PM & arrive at Orem Central Station @ 1:35 PM.
1:30 PM – Orem Central Station
Leave Orem Central Station @ 1:40 PM (UVX) & arrive at BYU North Campus Stop @ 2:05 PM.
*Note, UVX departs every 10 min so depending on which bus we catch will determine our arrival time.
2:00 PM – BYU North Campus Stop (716 East University Pkwy)
Start walk to Rock Canyon Amphitheater @ 2:10 PM. 
2:30 PM – Rock Canyon Amphitheater (2300 N 1450 East) 
Townhall meeting at the amphitheater
Start walk to Utah Lake State Park @ 3:15 PM.
5:30 PM – Utah Lake State Park
End of tour- free shuttle available to Provo Central Station.

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