Parking and Transportation Services connects students with a variety of transportation options on campus.
Getting Around Campus
Colorado State University offers students multiple options for getting to and around campus. For assistance with transit, biking, walking, long boarding, or parking, please call (970) 491-7041 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Getting Around Fort Collins
Exploring Fort Collins is easy. Without a car, you can hop on a bicycle or use your free bus pass can get you most anywhere. For a quick trip across town, check out a Zipcar.
Instead of storing a car on campus for infrequent use, try Zipcar, a rental car program that students 18 and older may use for personal trips, recreation and errands. CSU students get a discounted membership rate of $15/year, then pay an hourly rate when renting a vehicle. Join now.
Your RamCard is your ticket to Transfort. Covered by student fees, you can ride any Transfort route in the city, via bus or MAX. From CSU’s Campus Transit Center, many transit routes travel to off-campus locations where students often live. MAX, the city’s rapid bus transit system, provides ride service every 10 minutes north and south from campus.
For trips just off major routes, take your bike with you. Standard Transfort busses carry three bicycles while MAX busses carry four.
Electric scooters and bicycles from Spin are available for rent on campus and throughout the City of Fort Collins. Just download the app, create an account, and get riding. Remember to ride in bicycle lanes (not sidewalks) and obey the slow and dismount zones.
Bustang offers direct service to Denver Union Station, with connecting routes to Glenwood Springs and Colorado Springs.