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Brighton Ski Resort

A second Utah ski resort is changing its parking policy to favor carpooling amid concerns about traffic congestion in the Cottonwood Canyons.   

Brighton Resort is now designating its prime parking areas for visitors with three or more people  in their cars on holidays, weekends and powder days.

Brighton Resort Director of Marketing Jared  Winkler tells KPCW they began changing things up last season but set policy for this ski season.

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Park City Municipal

The China Bridge Parking program has been in place since mid-December of 2017. It has cost city tax payers a little over $3.5 million. The parking program is part of the broader Old Town parking management system and the City’s overall Transportation plan.

Melissa Allison

It’s another sign of the fall, or what you might call the shoulder season. Park City Municipal will start new parking rates, as of Monday, for Main Street, Swede Alley and the China Bridge parking garage.

The seasonal rates begin Monday, October 1st and run until December 14th.

From Park City’s Transit Team, Robbie Smooth and the city’s Public Works Director, Blake Fonnesbeck, had details.

The Park City Police Department reports that the city's new paid parking system was disrupted by a couple of rule-breakers -- leading to some equipment damage in one case. Rick Brough has more.

Carolyn Murray

The China Bridge parking structure on Swede Alley in Old Town is having some work done to prepare for the new demand and fee  based parking system which is going into effect December 15th.  Carolyn Murray has more:

$20.00 Cash to Park in China Bridge This Weekend

Aug 31, 2017
Courtesy of Carolyn Murray

Park City Municipal will charge $ 20.00 for

 parking in China Bridge this weekend. Along with increased shuttles, public transportation and bike valets, they’re hoping to lighten the traffic impacts in old town.   Carolyn Murray has more:

T2 Technologies

Work is proceeding on Park City's new parking management system. City staff had a few update in their regular report to KPCW. Rick Brough has more.

Park City Municipal Corp.

There's a new world coming, in terms of parking in town. Park City Municipal plans to roll out the new parking program later this summer. City representatives are meeting with stakeholders and their vendor is in town, preparing to launch the new hardware and software it will take. Rick Brough has more.