Meet the “Bustang,” Colorado’s Bus Service Coming in March
A new service is coming to Colorado from CDOT that will connect cities a bit further away from Northern Colorado with "Bustang." The new service is set to begin in March.
CBS 4 told us about the new solution for commuting in Colorado that doesn't cost an arm and a leg.
The service will start in March, with service from Denver to Glenwood Springs in the west, Fort Collins in the north and Tejon in the south. CDOT said buses will run during peak commuting times.
And for skiers, the I-70 mountain corridor, Bustang will have one round trip during weekdays between Glenwood Springs and Denver’s Union Station. On Interstate 25, from Colorado Springs to Union Station, it will make six round trips daily, including one off-peak, and five round trips to Fort Collins.
The "Bustang" will seat 50 passengers and have 13 coaches on each route.
But the big question is cost right? Prices are determined by the length of the trip, so as an example, a one-way trip to Glenwood Springs from Denver, for instance, will cost $28. One way to Fort Collins from Denver is $10.