Traveling around the Wasatch Back this winter? Use HVT's fare-free system in your travels. HVT offers Micro, an on-demand transit service serving Kimball Junction and surrounding areas; the 101, a high-frequency route between Jeremy Ranch and Deer Valley; the 102, a commuter route between Francis, Kamas, and Old Town Transit Center; the 103, a shuttle within Kimball Junction; the 104, a shuttle serving the Bitner neighborhood; and the 105, a shuttle serving Canyons Village.
HVT is Summit County's new transportation system, serving riders in the Wasatch Back. The Micro service launched on May 17, 2021 and fixed route services launched July 1, 2021. Click on the buttons below to learn more about our services.
Search "High Valley Transit" in the Apple Store or Google Play to download . If you don't have a smartphone, call (435) 246-1538 and we'll help you book a ride. Want to know where Micro operates? Click here.
Let us build your route
Once you book a ride, we will match you with nearby passengers and vehicles to create quick and efficient trips. Then, you will receive an ETA and be able to track your vehicle in the app.
Head to your "virtual bus stop"
The app will direct you to a "virtual bus stop", usually a nearby corner. We offer wheelchair-accessible vehicles and door-to-door service for those with limited mobility.
Enjoy your ride
Enjoy your ride in our custom-branded minivans, equipped with bike racks and luggage space (1 bike & 1 piece of luggage per passenger).
HVT's Board of Trustees meets bi-monthly. Due to COVID-19, meetings are currently held via Zoom with an anchor location at the Sheldon Richins Building, 1885 W Ute Blvd., Park City, UT. Members of the public who do not wish to attend in-person are encouraged to participate virtually or submit their comments in writing to email@example.com.