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Improvements to Park City bus stop underway as part of multi-year project

PARK CITY, Utah — Park City has secured several grants from federal, state and county sources to improve bus stops in the community. The initiative aims to improve ADA access and add amenities to approximately 72 bus stops in three phases in the coming years.

What is happening?

The overall plan includes:

– Phase 1: Construction begins in summer 2024 on 19 identified locations. See the map below for specific sites.
– Phase Two: Design and construction planned between 2024-2025. Locations are currently being determined.
– Phase three: Improvements are expected to begin in 2026 or later, with locations yet to be identified.

Why is this important

These improvements will make public transportation more accessible and comfortable for all members of the community, especially those with disabilities. The upgraded amenities will provide a better overall experience for bus users.

The upgraded Fresh Market bus stop is still under construction, but includes ski racks and a full outdoor seating area.
The upgraded Fresh Market bus stop is still under construction, but includes ski racks and a full outdoor seating area. Photo: TownLift.

Community involvement

Park City welcomes local feedback when planning these improvements. Residents are invited to share their thoughts on what features they would like to see in the upgraded bus stops.

Next steps

Stay tuned for updates as Park City finalizes details for phase two and begins construction on phase one.

For more information and to view a map of Phase One locations, visit the Park City Bus Stop Improvement Project website.

Construction of the Phase 1 bus stop location map is planned for this summer.