There’s another reason to ride the bus in Park City, we’re now all electric. The Park City Municipal Corporation, in conjunction with Summit County, unveiled its new fleet of Electric Xpress buses, adding more reasons to skip the rental car and utilize the town’s FREE public transportation system. Park City is the first city in the nation to implement a fleet of zero-emission electric buses.
The Electric Xpress services follows the implementation of Park City’s clean diesel Trolley, which operates along Historic Main Street and Park City’s downtown district. These initiatives are part of Park City’s commitment to a zero-carbon footprint goal by 2022.
The Electric Xpress buses run every ten minutes, connecting the Kimball Junction and Park City Transit Centers via State Route 224, serving as an express service connecting town and Kimball Junction (multi-directional), with stops at Canyons Transit Hub and Fresh Market. Operational hours are 7:00 AM through midnight, seven days a week. Buses feature oversized windows, USB power outlets, and free WiFi connectivity for all passengers.