The Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) provides residents an opportunity to jointly work with City professionals to evaluate the requirements, benefits, costs, and tradeoffs of using various traffic calming measures and techniques within their own neighborhood. The program outlines the many ways residents, businesses and the City can work together to help keep neighborhood streets safe.
Greater Park City Transportation Management Association
An organization of businesses, agencies and local governments dedicated to solving local transportation concerns. This group is focused around giving businesses, large employers and local agencies a voice in local government transportation planning, advocate enhanced mobility, and to reduce single occupant vehicle trips, and support regional transportation programs through economies of scale.
COSAC was established because a portion of the .05% increase in the Resort City Sales Tax will provide funds for the acquisition and preservation of open space within the greater Park City area.
The CITY and COUNTY established a Joint Transit Advisory Board 2006 which will make recommendations to both the CITY and COUNTY regarding service rate fees, scheduling, routes, level of service, look of buses and strategies for supplementing service as well as further regionalization. The Joint Transit Advisory Board shall be comprised of one County Commissioner, one City Council representative, Summit County Public Works Administrator and Park City Deputy Public Works Director. Park City Transit staff will provide technical support to the Joint Transit Advisory Board as required and meets every 3rd Tuesday of each month unless otherwise noticed.