The Electric Bike Program in Summit County began last summer and much was learned in that time. Now that the program is in it's second year some needed changes and upgrades have been made to the program. 42 additional bikes were added to the fleet this year due to the high demand and the $5 fee to purchase a one-time pass has been eliminated. But a stricter system will also be in place to reduce users from riding the bikes outside of the authorized zones.
Summit County is hoping to add more station kiosks later this summer. The stations will likely be located at the Snyderville Basin Recreation Fieldhouse, in the Silver Springs and Trailside neighborhoods, City Park in Park City, and, eventually, at the Jeremy Ranch park-and-ride lot and another park-and-ride lot expected to be built at Ecker Hill.
To learn more see the full article in the Park Record here.