DENVER — Ten communities in Northwest Colorado will be able to travel by bus to the Front Range, and vice versa, at the turn of the New Year, thanks to a temporary partnership between the Colorado Department of Transportation and Greyhound.
“The route will be transitioning to Bustang Outrider sometime early in 2021,” David Krutsinger, head of CDOT’s Division of Transit and Rail, said in a statement Monday. “And because we wanted to get this line up and running and serving northwestern Colorado as soon as possible, we decided it’s best to partner with Greyhound Lines in the interim while we continue making our final preparations to implement our latest Outrider route.”
Bustang Outrider is part of the state service that connects rural Colorado cities with public transit.
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