1. Download the myStop app
The myStop app is a great tool for getting around Park City. It creates multiple route options for you to choose from to help you get to your destination. Alternatively, you can also use the maps app on your mobile device to route your trip.
Download the mobile app by clicking here.
For the Android version, click here.
2. Plan ahead
Give yourself enough time to get to where you want to go. Look at the myStop app to see when the bus departs from your location. You can also visit parkcitytransit.org for specific bus stops and their perspective times.
3. Stand in the correct location
Some buses travel both inbound (toward Main Street & Deer Valley) and outbound (away from Main Street & Deer Valley). Make sure you are going in the right direction.
4. When in doubt, ask the driver!
Our drivers are experts of the system, and they are happy to answer your questions. To ensure public safety, please only speak to the driver while the bus is stopped, and stay behind the white line.
5. Pull the yellow cord before your stop
The bus will only routinely stop at major bus stops. To ensure you don't miss your specific stop, locate the yellow chord next to your seat and pull before your desired stop.
6. While on the bus, respect other riders
Please keep conversations low, and wear headphones while listening to music. Keep ski, snowboard, and all other personal items with you at all times. Do not block aisles or exits with personal items, or cross the white line at the front of the bus. If you are sitting in a priority seating area, please vacate your seat for seniors and passengers with disabilities.
7. Feel free to bring your service animal
Service animals are welcome, but they must be licensed and leashed at all times. Other types of dogs and pets are not allowed on the buses unless they are in a carrier. Learn more about our pet rules here.
1. It's Fare-Free!
Park City Transit is fare-free year-round for everyone. It's free for locals and visitors alike.
2. You Don't Have to Worry About Finding Parking
During the busy seasons, you don't have to worry about looking for a parking spot or even paying for parking.
3. It Helps the Environment
Many Park City Transit buses are battery electric, meaning there are zero local emissions when you ride!