Jan 25, 2023 -- Posted by : goi70

Snowstang_Mountains_1200x1500.jpgIn December 2022, the Colorado Department of Transportation re-launched its popular bus service, Snowstang, for the 2022-2023 ski season, providing transit alternatives to some of the state’s best ski destinations. Snowstang offers roundtrip express bus service to Arapahoe Basin, Copper Mountain, Loveland Ski Area, Steamboat Springs and, new this year, Breckenridge.

“We’re thrilled to bring back our popular Snowstang service for a third season, providing a convenient, affordable, and comfortable transportation option for people who want to enjoy our resorts but want an alternative to driving,” said CDOT’s Division of Transit and Rail Director Amber Blake. “Partnering with each resort allows us to remove the hassles of parking and to drop-off passengers at a prime location near the lifts.”

Snowstang operates every Saturday, Sunday and Monday holidays through early May 2023. All routes board at Denver’s Union Station and the Denver Federal Center in Lakewood. Also new this year is a passenger stop at Wooly Mammoth Lot near the I-70 at Morrison/Red Rocks exit located at 18560 US 40, Golden, CO 8040, providing a location for carpoolers and others to leave their vehicles at another convenient location.

All roundtrip tickets are $25, except for Steamboat Springs, which are $40. Additional discounts are available for seniors. Children ages 2 to 11 ride for $12.50 with a full-fare paying adult.

Snowstang coaches carry 51 passengers, are climate controlled, have Wi-Fi, a restroom, and USB and power outlets. To purchase tickets and view schedules and routes, visit or download the Bustang® mobile app, JustRide Bustang, for iOS or Android. The service initially launched in December 2019.


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