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TRANSPORTATION

Park city public transit

Free Buses

Park City Buses are free and run regularly between venues, Kimball Junction, and Main Street. Schedule available here.

My Stop

Download the MyStop app for real-time transit info.

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Venue access- Park City and Deer Valley

Free Parking – Carpooling is encouraged for those wishing to park in town and at the venues. Please note that the resort lots are expected to fill early each day.

Free parking is available at the following locations:

 •  Park City Resort Mountain Base – Free Parking from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. daily

•   Park City Resort Canyons Village – Free Parking from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. daily

•  Deer Valley Resort – Free Parking from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. daily

•  Park City High School, Treasure Mountain Middle School, McPolin Elementary and the Park City Learning Center Parking (all located off Kearns Blvd/SR248) – Free Parking from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. daily and on the weekends.

•  Richardson Flat Park & Ride (accessible via U.S. 40) will be available for carpool parking; however no transit service will be provided from this location during the 2019 FIS World Championships.

The new Ecker Hill Park & Ride, accessible via I-80 exit 141/Jeremy Ranch, is an ideal location to park and catch transit to event venues. Spectators can take advantage of 15-minute transit service (approx.) into Park City via the Lime and Pink routes.

Text PCEVENTS to 888777 for the most up to date transportation information.

Deer Valley: Plan to allow an hour to park, go through security, and walk up to the competition venue.

Please Note: For evening events at Deer Valley Resort (February 6-9), it is highly recommended that spectators park at Park City High School and take the free bus (yellow route) to Snow Park Lodge. Increased congestion is expected.

ADA: Please call (435)645-6510 for questions concerning ADA access to the Deer Valley Resort competition venue.

Park City: Plan to arrive early to park, go through security, and walk to the competition venue.

ADA: 24 ADA spots in the First Time Lot. One is by the ticket booth and 23 are in the top section. There is also ADA parking available in the parking structure.

Call Dispatch to ask for a patrol ADA transport from the First Time ticket office to Eagle/ 3 kings. Call 435-615-1912.

Canyons Village: Plan to arrive early to park, go through security, and walk to the competition venue.

ADA: The front row of the Cabriolet Lot is reserved for ADA.

Venue Access- solitude

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UTA Route 972 serves Big Cottonwood Canyon from Bingham Junction Station with stops at Midvale Fort Union Station, Fort Union Boulevard and Highland Drive, 6200 S Wasatch Park & Ride, and Big Cottonwood Canyon Park & Ride.

Route 972 also intersects with the TRAX Red and Blue lines.

A detailed schedule and more information can be found here.

Solitude pass holders can ride the UTA Ski Bus to Solitude for free.

Ikon Pass holders can ride the uta ski bus to solitude for free, although bus access must be activated at a Solitude ticket window in advance.

Plan to arrive early to park and walk to the competition venue.

ADA: All of the buildings and chairlifts at Solitude Mountain Resort are ADA compliant, and they offer a limited number of handicapped-accessible parking spaces in all three parking lots (Moonbeam Center, Solitude Village, and Solitude Nordic Center).

PC-SLC Connect

The 902 runs eight times a day between Kimball Junction and Salt Lake. See the schedule here.