Established in 1970, the Utah Transit Authority has become a multi-modal transportation leader that is 100 percent accessible with a fleet of more than 600 buses and paratransit vehicles, 470 vanpools, 114 light rail vehicles, 53 commuter rail cars and 18 locomotives. UTA operates in six counties along the Wasatch Front, including 45 miles of light rail in Salt Lake County and 90 miles of commuter rail from Salt Lake City to destinations in Utah and Weber counties. In 2013, UTA ridership was more than 44 million boardings.