Park City Forward was adopted as a supplement to the General Plan by City Council on September 15, 2022 and was recommended for adoption by the Planning Commission on August 10, 2022. The full Park City Forward Blueprint can be accessed at the link below. For a quick overview of the project, check out the Park City Forward Brochure (2 pages) and Vision Summary (13 pages).
Park City Forward – A Transportation Blueprint as an update to the 2011 Transportation Master Plan. Park City Forward is an ambitious and innovative effort to develop a blueprint for prioritizing transportation projects and strategies to address existing and future conditions. The purpose of the plan will look to improve safety, protect the natural environment, expand transportation choices and maintain our high quality of life for those that live, work, and play in Park City.
Why does Park City need a new transportation vision?
Park City’s last transportation master plan was adopted in 2011. Since then, a lot has changed.
Park City remains home to long-standing residents who take pride in the city’s historic, small-town character. Yet, new growth is occurring across the region and Park City only becomes more popular as a year-round recreation destination. New technologies, changing demographics, and evolving travel preferences also continue to disrupt how people get around.
Park City Forward Vision Statement
Park City’s transportation system embraces innovation to provide safe, year-round transportation options that promote a connected, inclusive, and multimodal mountain community and culture.
Park City Forward Transportation Goals
Park City Forward Six Guiding Principles
Develop a Park Once community
Collaborate with regional partners on long-range transportation solutions
Identify, manage, and mitigate traffic during peak conditions
Expand our world class biking and walking infrastructure
Proactively review and analyze disruptive transportation and transit ideas and innovation
Continue to develop and improve the internal Park City Transit system