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Did you know that the buses are free in Park City? That's right, you can ride anywhere on the Park City Bus route without paying a dime. The bus system operates through Old Town, up to Silver Lake in Deer Valley, Prospector, Park Meadows, the Canyons, Kimball Junction and Pinebrook. Buses start anywhere from 7 to 7:30 am run approximately every 20 minutes and have many convenient stops. The last bus usually departs around 9 pm.

Look for the bright blue signs with white lettering.  Route colors and times of departure may be found on your closest bus stop sign.  The system route map shows where all the bus stops and transfer points are located. Winter and Summer bus service is different so be sure to check the most current bus route at You can also track bus routes in real-time here.

Park City also offers Dial-a-Ride service between Old Town and Quinn's Junction Recreation Complex. All Park City Transit buses are ADA accessible.  Park City also provides door-to-door van service to ADA-certified passengers who cannot ride the fixed route service (Policy and Application).

The Park City to Salt Lake City bus route (PC-SLC Connect) is now operating.  This route is operated by UTA and supported via a partnership with Summit County and Park City.  See UTA's website for more details and route information!
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