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First and Last Mile

First and Last Mile

Downtown Employees: Need help getting to or from the bus stop to your place of work?

Here are some options that the City of Boulder Parking Services both sponsor and highly recommend:
(Printable Flyer) pdf

Boulder B-Cycle:  Boulder B-cycle is Boulder's nonprofit bike share program. With 300 bikes at 40 stations, Boulder B-cycle makes it easy to connect to public transportation, travel to meetings, and run errands during your work day. Use code "ECOPASS" for $10 off a Republic Rider pass—Take an unlimited number of 60 minute trips for a full year!

eGo CarShare: When you are downtown and need a car for a few hours, eGo CarShare, a local non-profit, provides access to a network of fuel-efficient vehicles including 5 cars in the core downtown area. Reserve a vehicle 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's a pay-as-you-drive system that reduces the need for you to drive your own car to work. $10 discount on membership, use Promo code "ECOPASS."

Try the Hop: The HOP bus route connects the following major stops:

  • Downtown Boulder;
  • Twenty Ninth Street retail district;
  • University Hill; and
  • University of Colorado

Try the Transit App on your mobile device to track your bus and see other nearby routes.

Businesses within the CAGID, BID, and UHGID tax districts are eligible for the FREE downtown employee EcoPass program. Requirements, hours and location may be found at:

Use your EcoPass to save with discounts at restaurants, retail shops, services and more!