Caroline Rodriguez

Summit county Transportation Planning Mnager, Caroline Rodriguez  talks about the Jeremy Ranch Round about construction beginning today (Monday, June 10th ).  She also gives an update on the expanded  Bike Share Program. Voelker Ritzinger, founder of the Park City Farmers Market, discusses the opening day for the season which is Wednesday at noon at the base of Pakr City Mountain Resort.

400,000 Ride Park City Transit During March

Apr 15, 2019
Park City Municipal Corporation

Park City and Summit County’s free bus service had double digit increases in ridership this past ski season. The increases are highest on the Kamas to Park City route but almost all the routes showed more people using transit than ever before.

Ridership is monitored by Park City Municipal by counting the number of people boarding buses. They have a manual and electronic system that shows more than 400 thousand rides were given for the month of March. Summit County Transportation Planning Manager, Caroline Rodriguez says the overall transit system makes financial sense.

The return of Park City’s low-cost electric bike program is returning  May 3rd – with a soft launch happening on May 1st. KPCW”s Leslie Thatcher has this update.

Regional Transportation Planning Manager Caroline Rodriguez says the county will be is adding 60 more bikes to its fleet of 80.

        

On today’s program, Summit County Economic Development Manager Jeff Jones talks about a number of the projects he’s working on as well as details about the upcoming Wasatch Back Economic Summit. Summit County Regional Transportation Planning Manager Caroline Rodriguez has a transit/transportation update.

Local News Hour - February 11, 2019

Feb 11, 2019

KPCW Reporter Emily Means has a weekly update on this year's state legislative session. Summit County Regional Transportation Planning Manager Caroline Rodriguez has a transit/transportation update. U.S. Ski and Snowboard Director of Communications Tom Webb has the highlights from the 10 days of FIS World Championships and the retirement of Lindsey Vonn and Park City Education Foundation Associate Director Jen Billow has details on early bird registration for Running With Ed and preschool registration through Park City School District.

On today’s program, Summit County Transportation Planner Caroline Rodriguez has an update on the new Ecker Hill Park and Ride, the  bus routes and the transit summit held last week. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Assistant Manager Matt Dias preview Tuesday's special council meeting on Tuesday. U.S. Ski and Snowboard Director of Communications Tom Webb has a team update and the Editor of Park City Magazine Jane Gendron has a preview of the Winter/Spring edition that came out last week.

On today’s program, Members of Leadership Class 24 Sam Mueller, Tina Pignatelli, and Enrique Sanchez give their impressions of Road Tour. Park City and Summit County Transportation Planning Manager Caroline Rodriguez has an update on the ongoing transportation projects.

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Chamber Bureau President and CEO Bill Malone who  has a look ahead at the summer season. Summit County Transportation Planning Manager Caroline Rodriguez has an update on transportation and transit projects.

Summit County

The Summit County council  Wednesday approved a Resolution  stating that their preferred option for an improvement along the Highway 224 corridor; would be Bus Rapid Transit lanes on both sides of the highway.

The vote just moves a study of 224 to the next step.

One council member, Roger Armstrong, said he’d like to take a step back, and see how they can make the bus system more efficient, and more accessible to riders.

Local News Hour - June 5, 2018

Jun 5, 2018

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Manager Tom Fisher and Regional Transportation Manager Caroline Rodriguez respond to Sam Rubin's complaints.  Park City Recreation Manager Karen Yocum has details on upcoming youth summer programs and a Fly Fishing class and Jackie Blake and Katherine Marty with Park City READS has details on the organization’s first ever Gin and Phonics fundraiser coming up on June 9th.

Summit County

Summit county and Park City are nearing a decision for mass transit solutions on highway 224 to add new lanes specifically for busses. KPCW's David Boyle has more:

Local News Hour - May 14, 2018

May 14, 2018

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Interim Superintendent David Gomez who previews Tuesday’s School Board meeting agenda. Park City and Summit County Transportation Planning Managers Alfred Knotts and Caroline Rodriguez have updates on a number of on-going projects and Park City Education Foundation Programs Director Kara Cody and Programs Manager Sara Hutchinson have details on the $300,000 in school grants that were just awarded.

Summit County Transit Manager Caroline Rodriguez says that bus rapid transit lanes are under serious consideration for Utah Highway 224 after a recent analysis of transportation alternatives. Rick Brough has details:

Although there are changes in the local transit schedules for the spring season, the Kamas commuter bus is still in operation. Regional Transportation Planning Director Caroline Rodriguez says the route is well received, as Rick Brough reports:

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to the President of the Brighton Estates Property Owners Association Mark Fisher and resident Sean Brown who rebut some of the comments made last month by Wasatch County officials about the infrastructure and water issues in the 400 lot development.

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