Transportation & Logistics

Layton City is situated in a prime location for transportation and logistics in the Mountain West. Multiple transportation options are available in and through Layton allowing you to maximize efficiencies when shipping or receiving your products. Within Layton City resides a wide array of shipping and transportation services. Whether it’s a single domestic shipment to or from Layton City, providing personal transportation options for you or your employees, or utilizing diverse needs in trucking, air, or rail freight, Layton City boasts fast and convenient access to logistics needs.

Layton City has excellent transportation options for business, visitors, or our residents, which include;
  • Interstate 15
  • Interstate 84
  • Highway 89
  • State Road 193
  • Soon-to-be constructed West Davis Corridor
  • UTA Frontrunner Commuter Rail at Layton Station
  • Union Pacific Railroad
  • UTA Mid-Town Trolley (free)
  • UTA Ski Bus to Snowbasin
  • UTA Bus service throughout Layton
  • Various pedestrian and bike trails are also located throughout the City
You can be sure to find your own preferred transportation options for work, life or play.

Transportation Options Include:

Interstate Freeway & State Highway Access

  • I-15 — The primary north-south highway in Utah, Interstate 15 (I-15) runs through the southwestern and central portions of the state. The freeway passes several of the population centers of the state, including St. George, Provo, Salt Lake City, Layton and Ogden
  • I-80 – Historic freeway connecting Chicago, IL to San Francisco, CA.  I-80 connects through Utah east-west from Evanston, Wyoming, through Salt Lake City, to West Wendover, Nevada.  From Layton, I-80 is easily reached heading east via I-84, and heading west from I-15 and/or Legacy Highway
  • I-84 — Runs from Portland, Oregon, to a junction with I-80 near Echo, Utah, after passing through Layton
  • US-89 — U.S. Route 89 (US 89) north–south highway spanning more than 502 miles though the central part of the state, including Layton
  • West Davis Corridor — A new highway expected to open in 2024, running north to south from Farmington to Syracuse, eventually to Weber County, along the edge of the Great Salt Lake Shorelands, western edge of Davis County communities, as an extension of Legacy Highway

Rail Access Just Minutes Away at Freeport Center

Union Pacific Railroad

At Union Pacific Railroad, they’re prepared to ship just about anything: coal and chemicals, food and forest products, automobiles and agricultural products – safely and on time. No rail? No problem. Their shipping capabilities are not limited to an extensive system map. They will coordinate your shipment through their network, through other railroads and over the road, providing complete, door-to-door service. Union Pacific offers customers the most efficient, environmentally friendly transportation solutions available today.





Ogden-Hinckley Regional Airport is only 15 minutes away

  • Ogden-Hinckley Airport (OGD) is a municipal airport with commercial flights, general aviation service, and affordable, high-quality space for other aviation and aerospace uses. From aerospace engineering to skydiving, you can find it all at OGD!


Salt Lake International Airport is only 25 minutes away

  • Ten airlines and their affiliates serve Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC): AeroMexico, Alaska Airlines, American, Delta Air Lines, Frontier, JetBlue, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, SkyWest, Southwest and United.
  • SLC is a major hub for Delta Air Lines with about 70 percent of total traffic.
  • The airport served 26,808,014 passengers in 2019.
  • SLC ranks 23rd busiest in the North America and 85th busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger numbers.
  • The airport has a strong on-time performance record.
  • In 2018, SLCDA’s Fleet Department placed 36th in the awards for Best 100 Fleets in North America.
  • There were 337,276 operations (take-offs and landings) in 2018 including commercial air traffic, cargo, general aviation and military activity.
  • Delta Air Lines offers non-stop service from Salt Lake City to Amsterdam, London, Paris and Toronto.
  • There are approximately 370 scheduled, commercial departures from SLC each day, serving close to 98 cities with non-stop flights.
  • Light rail, TRAX, serves Salt Lake City International Airport.
  • There are four runways at SLC. Three air carrier runways and one general aviation runway.
  • The airport complex is made up of two terminals, five concourses and 71 gates.
  • The airport offers free wireless internet access and has an interactive language translation service dubbed Language Line.


FrontRunner Commuter Train

  • FrontRunner route 750 — a commuter rail train operated by the Utah Transit Authority (UTA). It operates along the Wasatch Front in north-central Utah with service from Ogden through Layton, Davis County, Salt Lake City, to Provo in central Utah County
  • Provides direct access to UTA light rail system
    • Includes service to the University of Utah, Salt Lake International Airport and most of the Salt Lake valley

UTA Bus Routes

  • 455 – University of Utah – Davis County – Weber State University (Ogden Campus)
  • 470 – Ogden – Salt Lake Intercity
  • 472 — Riverdale-Salt Lake Express
  • 473 — Ogden-Salt Lake Express via Highway 89
  • 477 – Clearfield-North Salt Lake
  • 626 — West Roy-Weber State University (Davis Campus)
  • 627 – Weber State University (Davis Campus) – Davis Tech (Kaysville)
  • 628 — Free Midtown Trolley
    • Access to key locations throughout Layton City including hospitals, medical clinics, grocery stores, national retailers, restaurants and more
  • 640 — Layton Hills Mall – Weber State University (Ogden Campus)
  • 677 — Affordable and convenient UTA Snowbasin Ski Bus Route runs between Snowbasin Resort and the Layton FrontRunner Station, beginning mid-December through the end of March

Bicycle Travel

  • Several bicycle-friendly surface roads and space throughout Layton, complimented by a dense network of scenic bike trails throughout the city limits.

Conveniently Located

Layton City lies within short driving distances to additional key institutions of higher learning, government offices, airports, landmarks, neighboring cities including Salt Lake City (25 minutes), recreation, the Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah’s great outdoors and more.

Current Major Transportation Projects

Highway 89 Reconstruction

Highway 89 connects Interstate 15 to Interstate 84 along the east bench of the Wasatch Front between Farmington, Utah and South Weber City, Utah through Layton. The U.S. 89 project will improve safety and mobility on U.S. 89 and at connections with local cross streets by:

  • Widening U.S. 89 to three lanes in each direction from Main Street in Farmington to State Route 193 in Layton
  • Adding interchanges – bridges over U.S. 89 with on/off ramps – at 200 North/400 North, Oak Hills Drive, Gordon Avenue and Antelope Drive
  • Adding bridges over U.S. 89 at Nicholls Road and Crestwood Road
  • Completing a three-mile extension of the existing Gordon Avenue to connect it to U.S. 89

The project will also improve connections between U.S. 89 and Main Street, S.R. 193 and Interstate 84. Some sections of new frontage road will be constructed to improve access to existing frontage roads and local streets. This will help local traffic access the new interchanges and crossing efficiently. The frontage roads will include shared shoulders that will also function as a parallel bicycle route.

West Davis Corridor

West Davis is a new 19-mile, four-lane divided highway project currently planned to be constructed in western Davis County. The first phase of construction will connect to I-15 and Legacy Parkway at approximately Glovers Lane in Farmington, extending west and north, terminating at 4500 West and the future extension of S.R. 193 in West Point. In future phasing, the highway is planned to extend to 1800 North in West Point.  Long range plans show it extending further into West Haven and Hooper, ultimately connecting back to I-15, however there is currently no funding or environmental process planned for this extension.

By 2040, the number of homes in western Davis and Weber counties will increase by 65%. This growth is expected to increase travel delays in this area by 62%, even with all other planned projects. West Davis will help address the growing population and meet future transportation needs. The current project budget is an estimated $800 million. The project is currently in pre-design and engineering. Construction is anticipated to begin Spring 2021.