Bus to Work Day
The City of Boulder will host its annual Bus to Work Day on Tuesday, Oct. 15 from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. This year, the event has been expanded to multiple regional partners, covering a larger footprint than ever before.
Bus to Work Day celebrates those who currently commute on the bus and recruits new riders. As a thank you for riding the bus, we're helping riders to “Ride, Relax, Repeat” during a stress-free commute. Throughout the morning of Oct.15, events are planned for select bus stops and stations featuring prizes, refreshments, free bus tickets and more!
Bus to Work Day supports Boulder's Transportation Master Plan(TMP) goal of decreasing emissions through reduced single occupancy auto trips and vehicle miles traveled. Boulder City Council’s recent adoption of the updated draft TMP signals the city’s commitment to addressing climate change. The draft TMP aims to reduce transportation-related emissions by 50% by 2030.
Why ride the bus?
- Travel stress-free while someone else does the driving
- Support climate initiatives by reducing vehicle emissions
- Save on monthly expenses by cutting back on gas, car payments,
insurance and maintenance
- Meet new friends and catch up with old ones while riding
Bus to Work Day event schedule
Oct 14: REI Boulder 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. (1789 28th St, Boulder, CO): Stop by REI to connect with the GO Boulder team for commuter swag and free bus tickets (while supplies last).
***The HOP Bus will be free all day Oct. 15 for Bus to Work Day!***
Oct. 15: Downtown Boulder Station 7 a.m. - 10 a.m. (1800 14th St. Boulder, CO): Visit the GO Boulder team on Bus to Work Day to explore commuting options, enjoy refreshments, prizes, free bus tickets and more!
- Oct. 15: Table Mesa Eastbound Station 7 a.m. -10 a.m. (Table Mesa Drive & US 36): Visit the GO Boulder team on Bus to Work Day to explore commuting options, enjoy refreshments, prizes, free bus tickets and more!
Thank you to our sponsors!
- City and County of Denver
- Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT)
- Regional Transportation District (RTD)
- Boulder County
- Boulder Transportation Connections (BTC)
- Commuting Solutions
- GO Boulder/City of Boulder
Have questions? Please contact Allison Crump, Employee Transportation Coordinator, at [email protected] or 720-564-2368.