Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Holiday travel? Have no fear, Bustang is here!

Last week kicked off another busy holiday season on Colorado roads, and we all know that highway traffic can cause quite the headache.

Enter Bustang™ -- the new Colorado interregional express bus (with WiFi!). Connecting major populations, employment centers and local transit entities along the I-25 front range and I-70 mountain corridors, Bustang now makes commuting as simple as saddling up to ride Colorado’s big purple bus. Check out the Bustang schedule, routes and prices online here.

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) announced Bustang’s service launch on July 13, 2015, with 13 buses in rotation on each respective route. Each coach is equipped with restrooms, bike racks, free WiFi, power outlets and USB ports. Coaches offer a 50-passenger capacity and are handicap accessible.

Our Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) teams played a big role in this exciting new transportation offering -- watch our Bustang video to find out how.

So take a much-needed break from steering the wheel this holiday season and grab a seat on the Bustang!

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