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RBC I Bustang, Colorado’s first-ever state-owned and operated bus system, has begun weekend service on Interstate 70.
The Colorado Department of Transportation’s new inter-regional express bus service will offer one round trip on Saturdays and Sundays: Glenwood Springs to Denver in the morning, and Denver to Glenwood Springs in the late afternoon. The weekend service is being added due to strong public demand and the route’s success on weekdays.
Along with the seven-day-a-week service, Bustang will continue to adjust route scheduling to improve on-time performance and streamline connections with transit partners. Passengers can view the new west route schedule and other scheduling changes at www.ridebustang.com.
Bustang has been connecting major population and employment centers and local transit entities since its inaugural run in July. In addition to the I-70 corridor, it is also providing a reliable transit alternative for the traveling public along the I-25 corridor, connecting Fort Collins, Denver and Colorado Springs.
The bus stops at existing park-and-ride locations along each route with fares reflected by length of trip. Multiple-trip packages are available at a discounted price as well as a 25 percent discount for persons with disabilities and seniors 65 years old and older. Bus schedules and fares are available for download online at www.ridebustang.com.
Each coach is equipped with restrooms, bike racks, free WiFi, power outlets and USB ports. Coaches offer a 50-passenger capacity and are accessible for persons with disabilities.
Complimentary rides aboard Bustang are available for each route. Please contact Christine Carter at 303-832-2700 or email@example.com for more information.