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e.g. Rubey Park

e.g. Cemetery Lane & Highway 82


Please refer to the Fares page for the cost of riding the bus.
For information see our Ticket Vending Machines page.

Yes, all RFTA buses are equipped with lifts.

Buses stop at designated stops only. Check the RFTA system map for all bus stops.

The fixed route buses can carry 29-45 passengers depending on the model.

No. Due to Federal Law, RFTA is not able to charter buses.

Yes. All fixed route buses are equipped with bike racks capable of carrying two or three bikes at a time. For more information, please visit our Bikes on Buses page.

Please refer to the Passes page for information on the types of pre-paid passes and how to obtain them.

Yes. For more information, see the Lost & Found page.
Yes, The Hogback route connects to New Castle, Silt, and Rifle. Also the Bustang operated by Colorado Department of Transportation connects Glenwood Springs to Denver and towns along the I-70 corridor in between.
For ticket office information, please refer to the Where to Buy page. For RFTA’s administrative office hours and locations, please view our Contact Us page.

Yes, RFTA operates 365 days a year.

For information on advertising on RFTA buses, please see How to Advertise with Us.

Only service animals are allowed or a pet that fits and remains in a pet carrier while on the bus. Service animals are not permitted to sit in seats, they must remain on the floor.

RFTA is happy to provide transportation for groups on all of our regular routes, however, because of capacity constraints, we cannot guarantee that large groups will always be able to travel together. Please read our policy and let us know your plans here.
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