If you’re going to be using Park City transportation, it’s a good idea to get familiar with it so you know what to expect. What began in 1975 as a means of transportation for winter sports enthusiasts is now a year-round transportation option for Park City residents and visitors alike.
What to Expect with Park City Transit Routes
It’s a good idea to get acquainted with the bus routes and schedules before it’s time to board the bus. Everything is color-coded, so make sure you’re following the color that goes with the route you need to take. This will significantly help if you need to take a bus to a stop and then board another bus for a different stop. As you navigate the map, remember that Park City Transit is free for all the below routes.
Here’s a breakdown of the transit routes:
- 1 Red: Prospector Square – Deer Valley Resort
- 2 Green: Park Meadows/Thayne’s Canyon – Deer Valley
- 3 Blue: Thayne’s Canyon / Park Meadows – Deer Valley
- 4 Orange: Main Street – Silver Lake Village
- 5 Yellow: Prospector Square – Deer Valley Resort
- 9 Purple: Main Street – Montage Deer Valley
- 10 White Express: Main Street – Montage Deer Valley
- 40 Bronze: Main St. – Royal St. – Silver Lake Village
- 50 Teal Express: Prospector Square – Deer Valley
- T Trolley: Main Street – Swede Alley
- CW City-Wide
- On-Demand Zone
You can download a map on Park City’s website to follow your route around the city.
What to Expect with High Valley Transit Routes
Park City transportation extends beyond Park City Transit. High Valley Transit operates some buses in Park City, so it’s a good idea also to become familiar with them. There’s a map on the High Valley Transit website so you can visualize each route and see where it goes. High Valley Transit is free for passengers. The routes are as follows:
- 101 – Spiro / 224
- 102 – Gateway / Kamas Valley
- 103 – Kimball Junction Shuttle
- 104 – Bitner Shuttle
- 105 – Canyons Village Shuttle
What to Expect with PC-SLC Connect
PC-SLC Connect is the bus that connects you from Park City to Salt Lake City. It’s Route 902 with UTA, the Utah Transit Authority that runs all over northern Utah. UTA has a dedicated page on its website for the PC-SLC route times.
If you’re going to Park City, you have the following options:
- Salt Lake Central Station
- 200 S & State St
- 100 S & N Campus Dr
- U of U Medical Center Station
- 2100 S & 2100 E
- Jeremy Ranch
- Kimball Junction Transit Center
If you’re going to the Salt Lake Central Station, you have the same options except for 2100 S & 2100 E. Also, PC-SLC Connect is not free. You can purchase your bus fare from the UTA website. There are several options to choose from.
Park City Direct Shuttle
Does the idea of public Park City transportation stress you out? While the public transportation options that Park City Transit, High Valley Transit, and UTA provide are helpful, they’re not for everyone.
If you’re looking for a private ride, consider using Park City Direct Shuttle. We offer private rides with non-smoking, professional drivers who will carefully transport you from one location to another. Our rates are competitive, and you can easily schedule online. Please visit our website for more information, and don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.