Summit County and Park City are pleased to introduce Summit Bike Share. Launched in 2017, the Summit Bike Share system offers bicycles to their users. It’s easy, fun and comfortable. Summit County follows the trend in active transportation by offering a great transit option for residents and visitors to explore the city. Summit Bike Share is available 24/7 and is perfect for errands, commuting, or recreation. Summit County and Park City has partnered with Bewegen Technologies to operate the best bike share system available.
Going for a ride is simple – with a network of 9 stations and 88 bikes, riders can register for an Annual, Monthly and Go Pass on the website, for a Go-Pass, a Weekly or Monthly Pass on the App or for a Single-Trip, a Weekly or a Monthly Pass at a station kiosk and start riding within minutes. Try one out today! Click here to register and obtain a pass.
Lets Go Summit: Regional Transportation Initiative
In Fall of 2016, Summit County residents passed two transportation initiatives. The combined initiatives will provide the funding needed for a comprehensive and regional transportation approach for Summit County. The plan calls for critical road improvements to help alleviate congestion and enable enhanced and increased bus service throughout the County. LetsGoSummit.com will be your one-stop shop for the latest transportation news and other important information.
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Consistent with Federal Transit Administration (FTA) project development guidance for transit projects, the Valley to Mountain AA evaluated the transit demand, benefits, costs, and preliminary environmental impacts of implementing a transit-way on SR 224. The study was jointly led by Park City and Summit County in cooperation, UDOT, UTA, Salt Lake City, and the Wasatch Front Regional Council. A draft of the report can be found here.
More information on this project can be found at the following website http://valleytomountainstudy.com/