Get Ready For Sundance And Get On A Bus

Jan 15, 2018

Sundance is considered one of the busiest times of the year in Park City.  The traffic slows and snarls and sometimes locks up entirely.  For this reason, Park City Municipal is begging people to leave their cars at home and use the free public transit system.  Carolyn Murray has this:

The City and County are embarking on a number of new transportation initiatives designed to reduce traffic and congestion in the city and the basin. Carolyn Murray has more on the status of the micro transit contract.

At the launch of the new Electric Express last month, Park City and Summit County officials urged those in attendance to "ride the bus." So KPCW's Leslie Thatcher decided to ask them - if they ride the bus. Here's her report. 

New Transit Programs Coming This Summer

Jun 5, 2017

Park City and parts of Summit County have new and expanded transit services coming on line in June.  The programs all part of Park City’s carbon reduction initiative.  Carolyn Murray has more:

On today's program: Director of Summit Land Conservancy Cheryl Fox, Summit County Manager Tom Fisher and Regional Transportation Planning Director Caroline Ferris, Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson, Co-Creators of Invisible Threat, Matt Gould and Griffin Matthews.

If you haven't yet heard about your chance to win $500 from the city and Historic Park City Alliance AND you're an Old Town employee - it's time to sign up as your chances are good. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Park City council at its Thursday meeting will consider some amendments to the 2015 budget to reflect some proposed bumps in the transportation environment. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Wasatch County is one of the fastest growing counties in the State and last year the U.S. census Bureau listed it No. 21 among the fastest growing in the nation. All this provides county officials a good deal to grapple with. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The commuter bus that runs between Park City and Salt Lake each day serves between 5,000 and 6,000 riders per month during the winter months - enough, says the city, to keep supporting it and encouraging future use. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The Park City Council Thursday will consider plans that would widen and stripe the Poison Creek pathway. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.