SALT LAKE CITY — The controversial name change approved last session for the Utah Transit Authority could be delayed.
A news conference with the sponsors of the legislation is scheduled for 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Utah State Capitol Building.
Schultz did not say what options would be presented at the news conference.
UTA Board Chairman Greg Bell told the Deseret News that he had heard that lawmakers “would like to study the name change in the (Legislature’s transportation) task force in the coming year.”
UTA said a name change to the Transit District of Utah would cost at least $50 million.