Jeremy Bryson boarded the bus for a day of skiing at The Canyons and stepped off into transit history Dec. 22. Bryson, of London, England, highlighted the highest single year ridership level in the transit system's 25 year history. The transit hub, located at the base of The Canyons' cabriolet, allows easy access for residents and guests heading to the ski area, Old Town and Kimball Junction. Bryson, along with his wife Sarah, and their two sons were in Park City for a ski holiday. The family received day passes from The Canyons and a certificate commemorating the day as the two millionth rider(s). Park City, in conjunction with Summit County, operates the second largest public transit system in the State of Utah. The 25-year-old free bus operates on bio-diesel fuel which reduces C02 emissions by more than 375 tons annually over standard diesel fuel. Use it during the Sundance Film Festival - you won't be sorry.