Transportation Services

Boulder Colorado Visitor's Guide

Transportation Services

General Transportation Options | Transit Information | Bike Information | Car, Van & Schoolpools | Taxi & Shuttle Services


1. GENERAL TRANSPORTATION OPTIONSeneral Transportation Options

GOBoulder.net, 303-441-3266
GO Boulder is your resource for City of Boulder transit and bike maps, bus pass, routing and schedule information, Walk & Bike Month, safety tips, carpool, vanpool and telework information and so much more to help you get the most out of the City of Boulder’s transportation options. Click on “Resources” in the menu bar for more links and a complete list of local and regional information.


2. TRANSIT INFORMATION

Note: Look for RTD fare increases effective January 1, 2011. Click here for fare changes.

SkyRide
The easiest way to DIA. Catch frequent SkyRide buses throughout the RTD service area at bus stops, and at many Park-n-Rides, every day of the year. Buses depart about every 15 minutes during peak hours. Drivers will help load and unload your luggage. From DIA to Boulder, check schedule for the AB route.

RTD-Denver.com, 303-299-6000
RTD’s Web site offers helpful trip planners and provides information, rates and schedules on the bus routes serving your neighborhood and where you work. Also look for information on RTD’s bike-n-Ride program, pass programs and other transit related information. Printed schedules are also available at Boulder’s 14th and Walnut streets Transit Center and the Boulder Public Library.

GoRTD.com, 303-299-6000
Wirelessly locate local and regional RTD route information.

GOBoulder.net, 303-441-3266
For online maps, schedules and fares for Boulder’s Community Transit Network of HOP, SKIP, JUMP, BOUND, DASH, STAMPEDE and BOLT buses. Also a good source for information on RTD’s Neighborhood and Business Eco Pass programs.

BoulderCounty.org/EcoPass, 303-441-3900
For help with starting an Eco Pass program for your organization, transit maps and other county transit information.

EcoPassExtra.net, 303-441-3266
Find out what merchants are participating in this discount program or sign up your organization to offer a discount. Simply flash your Eco Pass with the Eco Pass sticker on the back at participating merchants and enjoy great discounts.

Google.com/Transit
To map transit routes anywhere in the U.S.

GOBoulder.net, 303-447-8282
To locate the late night transit bus routes that provide expanded hours of operation Thursday through Saturday nights while the University of Colorado is in session. These services are operated by Special Transit.

NextBus.com
Find out in real-time when your next HOP bus will be arriving.


3. BIKE INFORMATION

GOBoulder.net, 303-441-3266
For maps, information, safety tips and customized bike tours as well as Walk & Bike Month programs to help you enjoy cycling on the City of Boulder’s over 300 miles of bike paths.

GOBikeBoulder.net, 303-441-3266
Find customized turn-by-turn bike routing info in the City of Boulder, learn how many calories you burn and how much money you save by riding your bike.


4. CAR, VAN AND SCHOOLPOOLING OPTIONS

DRCOG.org (click RideArrangers), 303-458-POOL
Provides car, van and schoolpool matching, telework, the Guaranteed Ride Home and Bike to Work Day information.

SmartTrips.org, 970-221-6859 or 800-322-0950
Transportation choices for Colorado’s North Front Range, specializing in carpool and vanpool matching.


5. TAXI AND SHUTTLE SERVICES

YOUR PRIVATE RIDE. ExecuCar “business class” sedan service is the perfect way to/from DIA, a business meeting or a night out on the town. Available 24/7, professionally trained and attired drivers, major credit cards welcome. Visit www.execucar.com or call toll free 1-800-410-4444.  Book online and save $10 round trip - use Discount Code BLDR1.  A SuperShuttle International company.

Freedom Cab, 303-292-8900

Metro Taxi, 303-333-3333

Yellow Cab, 303-777-7777