PARK CITY, Utah — Park City Transit is hosting an open house event on Wednesday, March 16, from 4-7 p.m. at the Park City Library to discuss how the system can improve, adapt, and change over the next five years.
The public transit service is fare-free and has been operating since 1975. It consists of 13 zero-emission electric buses on 12 bus routes, 150 full-time and seasonal operators, and 50 total vehicles.
Over the last several years, Park City Transit has added 14 additional buses in a partnership with the Utah Transit Authority (UTA).
Park City Hall recently embarked on developing an updated pedestrian and bicycle plan to recommend new policies, practices, and infrastructure based on public feedback.
“The plan will build upon the success of the 2007 Walkable and Bikeable Neighborhoods Plan, which provided many of the infrastructure projects we take for granted today–pathways, tunnels, raised crosswalks, and bike lanes,” per a January staff report to the city council. “The new plan will create a list of capital projects to improve walking and biking conditions over the next fifteen years in Park City.”
For those who can’t attend the event in person, virtual details will be provided — check Park City Municipal’s Facebook page.