Park City Transit

Early winter startup service will operate until full winter service starts in early December. Please note the following changes: Early morning and late night service hours will be extended. Service to Silver Lake Village and Empire Pass begins. Early morning Kimball Junction service to Main Street. Canyons service will increase to 30 minute frequency. Timetables are available on all buses, inside the transit center, and online at Plan your trip online and track your bus.

On today's program, Summit County Council Member Claudia McMullin discusses the highlights of Wednesday's meeting. Moe Hickey, Kathy Pederson and Steve Gordon from Support Park city School District Schools talk about why they think voters should approve the school bond, Park City Transit and Public Works Director Blake Fonnesbeck and Transit Administration Supervisor talk about what they've heard at the first two public input sessions on transit in Park City and the surrounding areas. Melissa Band and Wade Carpenter talk about the 3rd Annual Leaders for Life Workshop for kids 7- 12.

Leslie Thatcher

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher gets a trails update from Charlie Sturgis, and Park City representatives have an update on the City Hall Plaza.  PCHS physics teacher Charlie Matthews is honored as one of KUED/Salt Lake Tribune Teacher Innovative Awards; Dan Gould is the director of the Institute at Michigan State University and guest speaker at tonight's Youth and Wellness Coalition.  KPCW says farewell to PCMC Transit Director Kent Cashel - who is retiring after a 17 year career.

As all of Park City sees traffic and congestion as it did during a weekend like last weekend, it's understandable that transportation considerations are a big part of future planning. Park City Municipal has put it front and center and at its recent meeting heard an overview of where transportation planning has come from and where it's inevitably going. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The Summit County Council Wednesday got an update on their transit system. And it was apparent that their decisions on some major items are awaiting further study. Rick Brough has more.

The two highways that are the backbone of the transportation grid in Park City will see some modifications beginning this spring and various phases over the next half dozen years and will include tunnels and roundabouts. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Sundance Institute

With at least 14 additional busses - sometimes more - running throughout the Sundance Film Festival, you'll never have to get in a car - nor should you, especially with additional parking restrictions around town. Lynn Ware Peek has more.