The Engineering and Transportation Planning Departments are collaborating closely to provide innovative solutions to transportation challenges within Park City. Using industry best practices and the City's collective master plans, this group is facilitating a variety of transportation projects across the entire city to better the lives of its residents, workforce, and visitors. For more information about specific transportation projects please click the links in the sidebar menu.
We also team with federal, county, regional, and state partners on projects that impact Park City. Current projects include:
Kimball Junction Improvements
Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is conducting an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to improve regional and local mobility at the Interstate 80 (I-80) and SR-224 interchange at Kimball Junction and on SR-224 from Kimball Junction through the Olympic Parkway intersection in Summit County. For more information on the project click here.
SR-224 Bus Rapid Transit
The Federal Transit Administration and Summit County, in cooperation with project partners High Valley Transit, Park City, and UDOT are advancing a high-frequency Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project along SR-224 in Summit County. BRT would feature a dedicated lane in each direction of SR-224 exclusively for use by transit vehicles. The project aims to provide frequent, fast, and reliable transit service and help the SR-224 roadway to function better for all users. For more information on the project click here.