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Bustang resumes route between Colorado Springs and the Denver Tech Center

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- The Colorado Department of Transportation announced Bustang is resuming its commuter route between Colorado Springs, Monument, and the Denver Tech Center.

In March 2020, the route was canceled due to the pandemic.

The circular route will run four times each weekday, twice in the morning from Colorado Springs to the DTC and twice in the afternoon from the DTC to Colorado Springs.

The Bustang stops at 19 locations between Arapahoe Road/Yosemite Street and RTD's Light Rail Belleview Station. A one-way fare from El Paso County is $9.

Bustang currently provides services six times each weekday between Colorado Springs and Downtown Denver.

Several public safety measures remain in effect, including:

  • Face masks required for drivers and passengers
  • Additional personal protective equipment issued for drivers
  • Hand sanitizer wipes offered to passengers when boarding the bus
  • Coaches cleaned and disinfected upon competion of each route and after completion of each day's routes, including all seats, safety belt buckles, head rests (front and back) and armrests

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  1. I’m surprised this service was ever worthwhile. Many high-tech workers would like to use commuter services where possible, but their variable working hours most often prohibit that, especially if you have meetings that overrun or are unexpected last-minute ones. And having Internet access on the journey doesn’t help any of that.

    1. The few times I rode it the bus was quite full. Having 2 hours of quiet time each day to catch up on emails is invaluable.

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