Bayfield Bus Stop for Bustang Outrider – Colorado Department of Transportation

Bayfield – Bustang Outrider adds Bayfield to its Durango – Grand Junction route, providing another transit option for residents of the Pine River Valley area.

Outrider’s new stop is at Pine River Library, 395 Bayfield Center Dr. Bus departs Bayfield daily at 6:10 a.m. and arrives in Durango at 6:32 a.m. Round trips depart Durango Transit Center at 7:10 p.m. and arrive at Bayfield. to 7:30 p.m. Fare is $4, with discounts available for ages 65 and older, ages 2 to 11, and those with disabilities. Children under 2 travel free. Passengers paying the driver must use cash and have the exact amount of the fare. Alternatively, tickets can be purchased on the Bustang Outrider app.

“The addition of the Bayfield stop is a big improvement to the Bustang Outrider service. This stop provides a convenient transportation option for commuters traveling to Durango for work, school, or medical appointments. It also provides a safe, convenient and essential regional transit connection for travel from Bayfield to Cortez, Telluride and Grand Junction,” said Amber Blake, Director of the Department of Transportation’s Transit and Rail Division. Colorado. “From Grand Junction, passengers can travel across the state, connecting to the main Bustang service with connections to Glenwood Springs, Vail and Denver.”

Bustang Outrider vehicles are equipped with Wi-Fi, power outlets, restrooms, storage areas and bike racks.

Bustang Outrider is a subsidiary of CDOT’s Bustang service which offers bus routes throughout the state. Outrider works with local bus services in rural areas to ensure Coloradans get reliable buses, updated schedules, convenient connections and consistent fares. Learn more about Bustang Outrider routes, maps, ticket purchase times and more at Follow service alerts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram at @RideBustang. Passengers can purchase tickets on all buses in every Park-n-Ride serviced by Bustang Outrider.

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