Monday, March 23, 2020

Transit and resources amid Corona Virus in Larimer and Weld

There have been significant changes to the transportation system in Northern Colorado as a result of the Coronavirus/CoViD-19. This list will be periodically updated as more information is known.
  • Transfort has gone fare free as a way to keep drivers safe and healthy. Routes are operating on a normal schedule, but people are advised to avoid riding unless absolutely necessary. Transit centers have been closed, but Customer Service Representatives are manning the phones. More information is available from the City of Fort Collins.
  • Greeley Evans Transit will begin operating Call-n-Ride only service on Wednesday, March 25. A press release from the City of Greeley states hours will be extended, but no fixed route or Poudre Express trips will operate until further notice. Trips can be scheduled one day in advance and must be for essential purposes: medical, grocery, and work. More information is available from City of Greeley.
  • COLT is operating on a normal basis, expect peak period trips not operating due to Thompson School District's break. More information is available from City of Loveland.
  • Bustang is operating normally on the North Line but has advised of increased cleaning efforts. Snowstang is suspended for the rest of the season. Bustang has suspended service through April 11 on all lines as of March 28. More information is available from Bustang
In case of need, multiple resources are being catalogued across the region.

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