Transit Bus/Transportation FAQ's

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  • Transportation and Planning

    • Where do I find a bus route map?

    • What if I left something on the bus?

    • Why do City buses leave their engines running at bus stops?

      City buses have equipment, such as turbo-charged engines and air brake systems, which require longer idling times than most vehicles for efficient operation. Additionally, City buses need to idle in order to power onboard signage for bus routes, automatic doors, and heating/cooling systems which are critical for passenger safety and a positive public transit experience. Aside from idling, the Park City Transit department has completed a variety of route-planning and logistical improvements to save fuel and improve local air quality. In order to protect the environment, please take advantage of our excellent and FREE transit system: EPA reports that buses emit 68% less CO2 per passenger mile than riding in a personal vehicle..