Boulder County offices will be closed Monday, Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Day. Emergency and 24/7 public services will continue to operate.

Transit Service Providers

Transit Service Providers

Boulder County Transportation provides funding and planning support for regional transit services. Transportation also plans for future transit services as part of the Consortium of Cities Regional Transit Committee.

Transit Maps

Regional Transit Services

Boulder County is an active supporter of multiple transit services and helps facilitate planning, marketing and awareness programs throughout the county. Current county-sponsored services include (Visit RTD’s website for more information, including schedules, on all of their routes):

  • BOLT – Between Longmont and Boulder
  • JUMP – Between Boulder and Lafayette via Arapahoe Avenue/Road
  • DASH – Between Boulder, Louisville and Lafayette
  • FLEX – Between Ft. Collins, Loveland, Longmont, and Boulder – Operated by TRANSFORT – Check out a short informational video
  • LD/LX – Between Longmont, Lafayette, Broomfield, Westminster, and Denver

Transit Planning

While the county actively supports and funds some existing transit services, our main role is planning for future services. Our most recent efforts have been to create the Mountain Town Transit Feasibility Study.

In addition to actively participating in long range planning of transit routes, the county supports and encourages addressing first and final mile needs in order to make transit more accessible to a variety of users. RTD has recently completed some important studies on the subject:

Bus Passes – Boulder County EcoPass Subsidy

Boulder County companies and neighborhoods new to the EcoPass program that sign-up through the county are eligible for an introductory subsidy. The multi-year subsidy takes up to 60% off the first year and 30% off the second year of new contracts.

EcoPass is an annual transit pass purchased by an employer as a benefit for full-time employees. EcoPass provides unlimited rides on all local, regional, and light rail transit services operated by RTD.

Transit Service Providers

Transit Management Organizations

US 36 Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) (aka “The Flatiron Flyer”)

Boulder County is served by local and regional transit routes operated by the Regional Transportation District (RTD). Local buses serve most Park-n-Rides, so consider taking the bus for your next trip to connect to virtually any place in the Denver Metro Area.

The following bus routes serve Boulder County. Visit RTD’s website for up-to-date maps and schedules of each route.

Regional Buses – All route information available from RTD

Local Bus Routes serving the county

  • DASH – Boulder/Louisville/Lafayette
  • JUMP – Boulder/Lafayette via Arapahoe Aveneue/Road
  • 228 – Louisville/Superior/Broomfield

Local RTD Buses in the City of Boulder

  • HOP – CU/Pearl/29th Street
  • SKIP – Broadway
  • JUMP – Arapahoe
  • STAMPEDE – CU
  • 204 – Table Mesa Drive/Moorehead Avenue/North 19th Street
  • 205 – Downtown Boulder/28th Street
  • 206 – Pearl Street/Eisenhower
  • 208 – Iris Avenue/Valmont Road
  • 209 – CU/Thunderbird Drive
  • 225- Thunderbird Drive/CU/Lafeyette via Baseline Road

Longmont Buses

RTD FLEXRIDE

The FLEXRIDE is a personalized bus service that travels within select RTD service areas.

RTD Access-a-Ride

Access-a-Ride provides transportation assistance to passengers with disabilities who are unable to use regular buses and qualify under American Disability Act (ADA) guidelines.

RTD Bike-N-Ride

RTD’s Bike-N-Ride helps people learn how and where they can take put their bike on bus or light rail system.

RTD SportsRides

RTD SportsRides provides seasonal services to help get you to sporting events, Eldora Mountain and the BolderBoulder Race event.

Contact Us

Transportation Department

303-441-3900
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Location

2525 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80304

Map & Directions

Hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M-F

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 471
Boulder, CO 80306