The City of Boulder's Renewed Vision for Transit will focus on continuing to develop and enhance a complete transit system – a network of high-quality, frequent and convenient transit routes that connect local destinations and neighborhoods and regional destinations. The Regional Transportation District (RTD) owns and operates a majority of Boulder's Community Transit Network, while Via Mobility Services operates the HOP route. The City of Boulder collaborates with both RTD and Via to plan and fund Boulder's local bus service.
Routes and Schedules
Local Routes & The Community Transit Network (CTN)
- Flatiron Flyer (Denver)
- FLEX (Fort Collins)
- BOLT (Highway 119)
- GS (Golden)
- AB (Denver International Airport)
- J (Longmont)
- N (Nederland)
University of Colorado Routes
Don't Know Which Route to Take?
Paratransit services are on-demand, door-to-door transportation options that serve limited mobility riders who would have difficulty accessing and using standard bus service. Via Mobility Services and RTD both have paratransit options available to riders in Boulder.
Fares, Passes, and EcoPasses
News, Events, and Upcoming Meetings
- RTD District O Open House: please join RTD on February 15th, 2018 from 6:00 pm to 7:00pm at the Louisville Public Library to discuss services and projects, the commuter rail regulatory process, the FasTracks program, the difference between Commuter Rail and Light Rail, general safety information, the new RTD Mobile Ticketing and MyRide services, and RTD employment opportunities.
Current Transit Planning Projects
- HOP Transit Study
- Transit Service Delivery Study
- Downtown Boulder Station Study
- State Highway 119 BRT Study
- Why Bus Rapid Transit?
For more information, please contact Natalie Stiffler, Senior Transportation Planner at [email protected]