Bustang fares will be half price in August

Bustang's half-price rides will be on top of the free rides offered by many transit agencies across the state including RTD.

Staff | TPIN
CDOT's Bustang bus

As we head into the heart of ozone pollution season in Colorado, the Polis administration and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) announced that the state’s transit service, Bustang, will be half price during August.

Bustang’s lower fares comes the same month that many Colorado transit agencies will be eliminating fares as part of the Zero Fare for Better Air program funded by the state legislature.

Taken together, Coloradans and visitors should be able to leave their cars at home and access our major urban areas, from Fort Collins to Denver to Colorado Springs, as well as some of our top mountain destinations along I-70, via transit.

Last year, RTD saw a 22% increase in ridership during their Zero Fare month.

For more information on RTD’s fare-free transit this summer, click here.

Last year, Bustang’s price cut resulted in a 77% increase in ridership.

For more information on Bustang and the destinations you can access, click here



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