GoI70’s “Break Up with Your Car” campaign launches, urging motorists to consider transit options

Feb 9, 2022 -- Posted by : goi70

Love may be in the air in February, but GoI70 says it's time for a breakup – with your car. At least when it comes to traveling the I-70 mountain corridor, that is. 

People are craving more time in the mountains and less time stuck in their car on I-70. Traffic delays, road closures and hazardous winter conditions are cause to think twice about jumping in your car. Instead, the “Break Up with Your Car” campaign aims to increase transit ridership between the Front Range and the mountains through increased awareness of transit options. 
With a little planning, travelers can easily and affordably get from Denver to the mountains using transit sevI-70_MOC_BUYWC_social_220207.jpgen days a week. GoI70 urges you to fall in love with one of the many ADA-compliant transit options available, including Bustang (West Line), Snowstang, Outrider (Craig-Denver route), Winter Park Express and the upcoming Pegasus shuttle van service. While cheap dates are frowned upon, economical transit options are not. For an affordable price, reclaim your time and leave the driving to someone else. Enjoy comfy seating, a restroom, outlets, bike racks and free WiFi for all your streaming and scrolling needs.
Once you arrive, there are many ways to get around the mountain towns locally – including the Summit Stage I-70_MOC_BUYWC_social_220207.jpgserving all of Summit County, Breck Free Ride in Breckenridge, ECO Transit in the Vail Valley, The Lift in Winter Park, and more. Uber and Lyft operate in many of the mountain communities. There are also more than a dozen airport shuttle services from Denver International Airport to the mountain communities for travelers visiting from out of state.

You’ll not only get back your time by letting someone else do the driving, but also be part of the solution to help reduce congestion, delays and carbon emissions. Happy riding!


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