Tour of Utah Transportation Update

Sunday, August 7

Stage 7

The race start/finish area upper Main Street will be combined with the Tour of Utah Expo in order to create a day- long festival atmosphere for an anticipated crowd of 10,000 spectators. Temporary traffic closures will be in place along the route within Park City for 15 to 45 minutes between 11:00 am and 5:00 p.m. Plan ahead for traffic and transportation impacts.


Transit & Parking

  1. Free public transit will be enhanced to provide direct shuttles from the free off-site parking venue, located at the High School, to the Old Town Transit Center.
  2. Canyons Village Cabriolet lot can be used with regularly scheduled transit for supplemental parking.
  3. Richardson Flats Parking Lot will be open for those spectators who wish to carpool or bike to the event. No transit services will be provided from this lot.
  4. A free Bike Valet is available on Swede Alley at the Galleria Lot.
  5. Paid Parking is available for $10 at the China Bridge Parking Structure with access from Marsac Avenue from Deer Valley Drive only. No entrance or exit will be permitted in the parking structure from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
  6. No entrance to exit from Gateway Parking or North Marsac Parking will be permitted during the finish of the race, which is expected to be between 3:00 and 5:00 p.m.


Park City Road Closures on August 7

  1. The following temporary road closures will take place while riders are on the race course to ensure the safety of cyclists and spectators:
    1. Race Start (approximately 12:00 am-12:30 pm) The race will start with two ceremonial laps in the Old Town area. Temporary road closures will impact Main Street, Swede Alley, Deer Valley Drive, Heber Avenue, Bonanza and Kearns.
    2. Race Finish (approximately 3:00pm-4:30pm) The final section of the race course will have riders coming over Guardsman Pass Road from Midway into Park City. Areas/roads affected include: Guardsman Pass Road/SR-224, Marsac Ave., Empire Canyon, Deer Valley Drive, Main Street, Heber Avenue and Swede Alley.