The Regional Transportation District (RTD) owns and operates Boulder's Community Transit Network. GO Boulder collaborates with RTD to fund and plan the local buses.
The Boulder Community Transit Network is a fleet of buses that transports passengers throughout Boulder and connects with regional lines. Passengers can pay standard fares or use a variety of passes, including the Eco Pass, to ride.
For more information about bus fares, routes and schedules, please call RTD bus services at 303-299-6000.
Bus passes are a convenient, economical and environmentally friendly way to get where you need to go. Bus passes are good for travel on the Boulder Community Transit Network and RTD transit system.
SERVICES INCLUDED WITH ECO PASS: Eligible residents with a valid Eco Pass may ride on all parts of RTD's regular bus route transportation system including parts which are operated by contractors to RTD, as well as on any fixed guide way rapid transit system with RTD operates, and call-n-Ride. Eco Pass holders must pay a $2.50 up charge for SkyRide service to and from Denver International Airport ("DIA"), except that: (1) Ecopasses issued by authorized DIA employers are exempt from this fee; and (2) No up charge is required for travel initiating from RTD's Airport Boulevard/40th Avenue or Stapleton Park-n-Rides to/from DIA. Eco Passes are not valid on any special service as designated by RTD, including but not limited to special services such as BroncosRide and RockiesRide.
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Boulder is a special place for bicyclists. With more than 300 days of sunshine, miles of bikeways, and an active culture that nurtures it.
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) owns and operates Boulder's Community Transit Network. GO Boulder collaborates with RTD.
Maps of the City of Boulder's transportation infrastructure, including great options to bike, bus, drive, or walk around the Boulder region.
Use the interactive infographic below to learn more about the 2013 TMP Update.
GO Boulder offers a variety of resources to help safely complete trips on bike, foot or bus. Includes carpools, vanpools and car sharing.
Web page for GO Boulder plans, programs and news in 2013 and moving forward.
Boulder has a solid infrastructure of multi-use paths, bike lanes and a public transit system like none other in the nation.