Travel Information Travel Information Photo credit: Salt Lake City CVB, S. GreenwoodSalt Palace Convention Center100 S. West Temple Salt Lake City, Utah 84101 www.visitsaltlake.com/salt-palace-convention-centerAir TravelSalt Lake City International Airport is located five miles northwest of downtown Salt Lake City. When making your air travel reservations, you may use Association Travel Concepts, SNA’s official travel agency at www.atcmeetings.com/sna or by calling (800) 458-9383.Ground TransportationThere are several options from and to the Salt Lake City International Airport: Taxis, onsite shuttle companies and limos, rental cars and ADA/medical transportation.TRAX Light-Rail Train and Bus System Salt Lake City has a robust public transportation system that utilizes commuter trains, buses and light-rail to provide attendees with access from the Airport, to the downtown convention district and all the way up to the ski resorts. The downtown Free Fare Zone is an added benefit for attendees that make day-to-day getting around during the conference easy. Available on TRAX light-rail and buses, if you enter and exit within the boundaries of the Free Fare Zone, you ride free! Please note that SNA strongly encourages attendees to utilize Salt Lake City TRAX from the hotels to the Convention Center as these areas are located in the downtown Free Fare Zone. Rental Cars Car rental facilities are located on the ground floor of the short-term parking garage directly across from the terminal buildings. Alamo: (801) 575-2211 Avis: (801) 575-2847 Budget: (801) 575-2500 Dollar: (801) 575-2580 Enterprise Rent-A-Car: (801) 537-7433 Fox Rent A Car: (855) 849-4209 (Shuttle bus provided to service site near the airport) Hertz: (801) 575-2683 National: (801) 575-2277 Thrifty: (801) 265-6677 ADA/Medical Transportation Angel MedTrans, LLC: (801) 671-8168 Gold Cross Transportation: (801) 975-4130 Hearts to Go: (801) 756-3387, (866) 876-8646 Pick Me Up Medical: (888) 822-1048 Hani Vans: (801) 281-8416 Shriners Children’s Hospital: (801) 536-3691Taxis Taxi service booths are located outside of door #7 in Terminal One and door #11 in Terminal Two. Services for passengers with disabilities are readily available, though it is recommended to make advance reservations. City Cab: (801) 363-5550 Ute Cab: (801) 359-7788 Yellow Cab: (801) 521-2100Onsite Shuttle Companies (Located in Baggage Claim) For destinations within Salt Lake City, passengers must make a reservation prior to their arrival at Salt Lake City International Airport. For destinations outside of Salt Lake City, passengers may make on demand arrangements with all companies.Shuttles and Limousines (with Airport Counter Service) All Resort Express: (435) 649-3999, (800) 457-9457 Alta Shuttle: (866) 274-0225, (801) 274-0225 Canyon Transportation: (801) 255-1841 Express Shuttle: (801) 596-1600, (800) 397-0773 Park City Transportation: (800) 637-3803, (435) 649-8567 Premier Transportation: (435) 649-3999 Traveling by Car The Salt Palace Convention Center is located at 100 S. West Temple. It offers two convenient underground garages that are open 7 days a week. Handicap parking is available in both lots.Parking The Salt Palace Convention Center offers two convenient underground garages that are open 7 days a week: South Lot – Enter off of 200 South between West Temple and 200 West (600 stalls) West Lot – Enter off of 300 West between 100 South and South Temple (400 stalls) Handicap parking available in both lots Sorry, no in/out privileges or overnight parking; height/length restrictions Bicycles racks are located in the garages and in various places outside the facility Build Your Summer Vacation around ANC 2015 Salt Lake City is located in the heart of the American West and is the beautiful backdrop for ANC 2015. Utah’s capital city rests in a valley and is surrounded by the majestic Wasatch Mountains that soar to a dramatic 11,000 feet. Whether you’re traveling from near or far, ANC 2015 is the perfect excuse to plan a summer vacation—for you and your family! Here are just a few of the fun sightseeing destinations to consider: THE GREAT SALT LAKE. As the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi River and the largest salt water lake in the western hemisphere, the Great Salt Lake is perhaps the best known geologic feature in the area. The city even takes its name from the lake—the “Great” was dropped from the name in 1868. TEMPLE SQUARE. Located in beautiful downtown Salt Lake City, Temple Square serves as the worldwide headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon) and is a must-see while in Salt Lake. It has all the services needed for a wonderful visit: amazing restaurants, exquisite gardens, free tours by friendly guides and interesting historical sites are found on the thirty-five acre site. THE VIEW. Simply put, you don’t want to miss the view. There are many overlooks for spectacular views of the city—streets like Chandler Drive and Wasatch Boulevard, to name a few. For a close view of the city and great place to watch the sunset over the Great Salt Lake, Ensign Peak is minutes from downtown. The award-winning Salt Lake City Library also offers spectacular views from atop its easily-accessed roof. STATE CAPITOL. The Capitol building contains two active legislative chambers, a ceremonial Supreme Court chamber and the working offices of top state officials. Inside the Capitol and around its grounds, a wide variety of original artwork, treasured artifacts and historical monuments are on display. MEMORY GROVE PARK. This park is nearby the Salt Palace Convention Center and features memorials to Utah’s veterans and a replica of the Liberty Bell. It includes a walking, jogging and bicycling route extending into the mountains to the northeast. Go to www.visitsaltlake.com for more information about what to see and do while visiting Salt Lake City.