Public Transportation

If you’re trying to figure out how to use a bus (or light rail) system, it can be helpful to start with their website. We list all of the systems in Colorado below, with links to their websites. You’ll find info about routes and fares, and sometimes they have instructional videos. For example, Denver’s RTD website has a video explaining how to load and unload your bike when taking the bus.

We also list the customer service numbers if you want to talk to a person. Operators can tell you what bus to take to get from point A to point B.

If you live in Denver and need a discounted bus pass, click on Denver’s RTD discounted bus passes. They have an online application. Since some people find it confusing to apply online, you may want to ask a re-entry organization listed on if they can help you apply for a discounted bus pass.

Boulder’s Community Transit Network

Denver Metro


Boulder's customer service number can be called for route info M-F 6am-8pm, weekends and holidays 9am-6pm. Call 303-447-2848 for the HOP line, which is the bus line between downtown Boulder, Pearl Street, and the college.

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County Express Public Transportation


Fort Morgan, Sterling, Yuma

County Express operates in Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington, and Yuma counties. They also travel to other destinations such as Denver, Fort Collins, and Greeley. Call to schedule a ride before 3:30pm. This is an on-demand service so you need to call 24 hours before you need a general ride. See website for more information.

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Denver’s RTD discounted bus passes

Denver Metro


Denver's RTD recently launched its discounted fare program called LiVE Program. The program is for people between 20 and 64 whose income is 185% below federal poverty level ($23,107 for 1-person household, $31,284 for 2-person household). You'll need to provide electronic copies of certain documents and a recent photo. Click on the website to learn more the process, eligibility requirements, and a link to PEAK, which is how you apply online. If you need help, call a re-entry organization listed on and ask if they're helping people apply for the LiVE cards.

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Durango Transit



Durango Transit's customer service number can be called for route info. See the website for a Rider's Guide. Click on Bus Stops.

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Grand Valley Transit


Grand Junction

Grand Valley Transit's customer service number does not provide individual support unless you leave a message. The website is easy to use to plan a trip.

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Greeley Evans Transit



GET's customer service number can be called for route info M-F 8am-5:30pm and Saturday 8am-4pm. Their website can also help you plan your route.

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Pueblo Transit



Pueblo Transit's customer service number can be called for route info. Their website is also helpful.

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Fort Collins

Transfort is the public transporation service for Fort Collins. Their customer service number can be called 24/7 for route info. It's automated so it might also be useful to check their website.

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