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Are you going��Shopping on Main St� out for a meal� to a world class ski or snowboard resort�.to the theatre�supermarket�.Shopping�.snowshoeing�.tubing�

�you can get there on Park City�s FREE Transit System.

Wherever you are going, the Park City bus and shuttle system is a great way to get there! From 7:30 a.m. until 10:30 p.m. daily, and these hours are often expanded in the winter.  Check your transit guide once you are here.


Operates daily from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (may be expanded during the winter).   The Trolley serves as a connection between Old Town Transit Center and Main Street. Enjoy a ride in the Historic District


If there were ever a time to use Park City�s FREE Transit system this is it! It can be challenging to navigate a car in Park City during FILM FESTIVALS and busy holidays. Shuttles and buses go to all of the ski areas, Main Street, and all of the FILM FESTIVAL'S movie venues.

Transit Schedule
( for the most recently updated departure times and schedule changes call Park City Transit (435) 615-5301 (8:00 a.m. p.m. Monday-Friday), or call for recorded schedule information at (435) 615-5350, 24 hours a day.

Park City / Summit County FREE bus system will take you anywhere you need to go from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. daily. Bus service includes The Canyons Resort and the Kimball Junction Shuttle (see route maps for schedules).  Buses serve downtown Park City, shopping centers, ski lifts and residential neighborhoods.  The Main Transit Center is located one street east, to the back of Main Street.  Here you will find many transfer buses arriving shortly if the bus at your original pick-up location does not take you directly to your final destination.

Bus Stops
Look for bright blue signs with white lettering. The system map shows where all the bus stops and transfer points are located. For your safety, buses stop only at designated bus stops. Please arrive two or three minutes early and wait at the bus stop. As the bus approaches, be sure to check the overhead destination sign to ensure you are boarding the right bus.

While on the Bus
Please find a seat and relax. If you must stand, move as far to the rear of the bus as you can. Seats in the front of the bus should be offered to the elderly and riders with disabilities. Playing of radios, cassettes or CD'S without earphones, smoking, eating, drinking, and animals (except guide dogs) are not allowed.

Lost and Found
Before leaving the bus, always check for personal items. If you do forget something, call us at (435) 615-5301, Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. After hours, please call (435)615-5350 and leave a detailed message.

For other Lost & Found concerns contact Park City�s KPCW Radios station at 649-9004 for their excellent Lost and Found services.

Park City Mobility
All Park City Transit buses are ADA accessible. Th city are provides door-to-door van service to ADA-certified passengers who cannot ride the fixed route service. For an ADA Eligibility Application or for further information, contact the Transit Certification Office (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday) at (435) 615-5352.

For questions on departure times call Park City Transit (435) 615-5301 (8:00 a.m. p.m. Monday-Friday), or call for recorded schedule information at (435) 615-5350, 24 hours a day.  For other information visit:

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Snow Grotto
P.O. Box 3976
Park City, UT 84060
T: 1-877-649-0222