Transfort Collects Input on Bikes and Buses
Transfort wants to know your thoughts on bike parking availability on the MAX vehicles. Weigh in via a text survey and through a community meeting in mid-September. Stay tuned for updates.Read More>
Passfort is an employer-based bus pass program that enables employers to purchase “bulk rate” annual Transfort bus passes.
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Bike Fort Collins
With relatively flat terrain, 280+ miles of wide bike lanes, and 30+ miles of bike trails, bicycling is a fun, healthy, and environmentally friendly way to see Fort Collins.
- Bike to Work Day
- Bike Share/Bike Library
- Bicycle Recycling
- Bike Rodeo Kit
- Complete list of Bike Fort Collins Programs >
FC Moves (formerly Transportation Planning) provides a variety of services related to the planning of safe and efficient mobility for automobile, transit, bicycle and pedestrian travel.
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MAX Bus Rapid Transit / Mason Corridor
The Mason Corridor includes a new bicycle and pedestrian trail, and a planned Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system in a fixed guideway.
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SmartTrips’ goal is to help you travel as often as possible by means other than driving alone in a car.
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Residents attending the debut of MAX service on Saturday, May 10 are encouraged to take alternative modes of transportation to reach the many activities available along the five-mile line. MAX, a service of the City of Fort Collins and Transfort, represents the largest infrastructure project in...»
In preparation for MAX Bus Rapid Transit, West Drake Road from College Avenue to McClelland Drive is scheduled to be repaved as part of the City of Fort Collins 2013 Street Maintenance Program. Construction will begin Monday, October 28 and will be completed in approximately...»
Overland Trail from Mulberry Street to Elizabeth Street will be fully closed on October 22 for paving operations. The closure will last one day and will be reopened that night. Mulberry Street and Elizabeth Street will also be closed at Overland Trail. Residents, businesses and...»
Transfort was recently named “Large Transit System of the Year” at the 2013 Colorado Association of Transit Agencies (CASTA)/Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) Fall Transit Conference and Expo. CASTA Executive Director Elena Wilkens stated, “The Colorado Association of Transit Agencies transit community is pleased to...»
ClimateWise business partners continue to raise the bar on their commitments to environmental stewardship and economic vitality by surpassing the original 2012 greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goal of 163,000 tons for a third time. In 2012, their collective efforts saved $14 million and reduced carbon...»
As bicycling continues to grow in popularity, leaders in cities across the country, like Fort Collins, are embracing the environmental, financial and quality of life benefits that come with a population that likes to ride. Today, the League of American Bicyclists announced the latest round...»
The City of Fort Collins is pleased to announce the appointment of two key positions with FC Moves (previously Transportation Planning). Paul Sizemore will serve as the FC Moves Manager and Tessa Greegor will join as the FC Bikes Program Manager. As the new FC...»
Earlier this month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Fort Collins was among 43 communities in 27 states awarded free technical assistance. The City of Fort Collins requested assistance to explore the possibility of establishing or expanding a local bikeshare program. Bikeshare is a...»
Safe Routes to School
Whether through bicycle and pedestrian education classes, improved sidewalks and bike lanes, or enforcing school zone speed limits, our community is working to make walking and bicycling to school a viable choice for students and parents!
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Become a Fort Collins Smart Bicyclist
Cycling in the Fort Collins area can be very rewarding, but it’s important to know the basics of city riding: bicycles are part of traffic, follow traffic laws, ride safely, bike lanes/paths etiquette and more. Read More >
Transfort Travel Training
Trainers are available to assist all individuals with disabilities, seniors (60 years and older) and persons with special needs. You can ride the bus – travel trainers will show you how! Travel training is a FREE service offered by Transfort. Read More >
Mason Corridor and MAX Route Virtual Tour
10 Small Steps to Reducing Transportation Costs
- Check your tires. Keeping your tires inflated properly can improve gas mileage by more than 3%.
- Visit the Fort Collins Bike Library when you have guests in town to borrow bikes for a day or month.
- Visit Smart Trips (https://www.smarttrips.org/) to join a carpool or share a ride to a specific event such as a Nuggets game.
- Use cruise control. Each 5 mph over 60 mph is like paying an additional 10 cents per gallon for gas.
- Switch your car engine so that you can use biodiesel; kits are available on-line.
- Buy a hybrid vehicle.
- Find your zen; aggressive driving can lower your gas mileage by 33% at highway speeds and by 5% around town.
- Avoid idling at lights, when picking up your children or waiting for the train. Turn your engine off after 30 seconds of waiting.
- Find a tire dealer or service station that put old tires to new uses: floor mats, adhesives, gaskets, shoe soles, and more.
- Use Transfort’s new clean compressed natural gas buses.