How to Fest: Taxis, Shuttles, and Parking Taboos
The Official Festival Vehicle of the 1990 Sundance Film Festival.
How to Fest: Taxis, Shuttles, and Parking Taboos
Main Street, Park City.

How to Fest: Taxis, Shuttles, and Parking Taboos

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There is a method to the madness when it comes to galavanting around Park City. In fact, it may be the one facet that belies the heady chaos of the town during the Sundance Film Festival. Take Sundance alumnus Katie Aselton’s advice as law, and trust the tried-and-true free shuttle bus system.

“Always take a shuttle or a cab. Even if you think that because everyone else is taking a shuttle or a cab, it will somehow free up traffic and/or parking spots, that's never the case. My father-in-law once parked his car on a 45-degree angle on a snowbank because it was the only available spot. Inevitably at some point over the week you will hit a patch of ice and skid your rental car right into a stop sign. Don't ask me how I know that, I just do.”

Sundance.org/festival has all of the resources you’ll need to effortlessly (and cost effectively) make your way from screenings, to dinner, to parties, and back home again. Check out our Festival Map and browse the Shuttle Service page to acquaint yourself with bus operating times and routes.

And for your ride to and fro the airport, take advantage of Express Shuttle or Miderra Transportation Management, the official transportation providers of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

Official Providers: Transportation

Airport Transportation
Express Shuttle
(800) 397-0773
(801) 596-1600 (in Salt Lake City)
(435) 658-3444 (in Park City)
www.expressshuttleutah.com

Private Car Service
Miderra Transportation Management
(866) 374-8824
www.miderra.com

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