When is the bus coming?
Transfort has taken the guessing out of when the bus is coming. These tools will help you find the next bus:
Download the RideTransfort app: This application provides a map of all stops and routes based on your location. Quickly find out when the bus is coming.
Bookmark the bus tracker: From your computer, you can select a route and see where it is along the route. No guessing when the bus is coming.
Google Maps routing: Google has all Transfort routes and time uploaded. Just enter your start and destination locations and you’ll be on your way.
Can I take a bus to Denver? Boulder?
Yes, CSU now has options for getting to Denver and Boulder by transit.
- Denver: The Bustang travels six times daily Monday – Friday to Union Station along I-25 with connections to Colorado Springs and Amtrak. Students can purchase a 10, 20, and 40 packs online. Reservations are required. The Bustang Ram’s Route comes straight to campus on Friday’s at 4 p.m. and returns Sunday at 4 p.m. View the schedule.
- Boulder: The Flex travels to Boulder and the University of Colorado. Students ride for free with their Ramcard.
- Green Ride Airport Shuttle: Serves the CSU Transit Center to Denver International Airport on a regular schedule, and offers door-to-door service. Purchase a ticket online and use code “CSU” for $3 off.
- Greyhound: For destinations across the United States, students must book online for Greyhound leaving from the Valero station at 1660 North College Avenue. This station is accessible by local bus Route 8 and Route 81.
Is there a late-night bus from Old Town?
Yes, the City of Fort Collins operates the Gold Line bus route that serves campus and student neighborhoods. The Gold Route serves Downtown, Laurel, Elizabeth, Prospect, and College.
Gold Route schedule PDF
Safety on buses
All Transfort passenger buses are equipped with a mobile video security system to allow Transfort operations and law enforcement staff to view live video feeds from nearby vehicles, improving the safety and security of operators and passengers.
Transfort can also use GPS data reported through the security system to identify the exact location of buses along their routes. This information is useful for daily operations and allows dispatchers to monitor and actively manage buses, and the ability to provide live vehicle location information could prove very valuable in an emergency situation.
Taking a bus in the evening? Ask for a SafeWalk to your bus from anywhere on campus.