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Updated January 27, 2014
Transfort is seeking feedback on their proposed system route changes during the last week of January. Staff will be out in the community meeting with people on a new MAX bus in the middle of the day, after school, and after work from January 27-30.
Beginning in May 2014, Transfort will begin new MAX service along the Mason Corridor and realign many of its routes to connect with MAX at various stations and the new South Transit Center. More frequent and evening service will also be provided on many routes. Transfort began seeking public feedback on the proposed routes in May 2013. Citizen input has assisted in revising the routes and soon staff will finalize the changes. Three open houses will feature interpreter services for those whose first language is Spanish.
Visit one of the dates, locations and times below to learn more about the route changes, MAX service and other new features Transfort is rolling out over the next four months.
Monday, January 27
1-3 p.m.: Colorado State University Transit Center - Cancelled due to weather
4-6 p.m.: Kmart parking lot on College and Drake - Cancelled due to weather
Tuesday, January 28 SPANISH INTERPRETER AT EACH LOCATION
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.: Bristlecone and Blue Spruce
2-3:30 p.m.: Downtown Transit Center, 250 N. Mason St.
4-6 p.m.: Wal-Mart on Mulberry and Magnolia
Wednesday, January 29
9-11 a.m.: Limon Drive east of the Timberline and Drake intersection
Noon-2 p.m.: New Location! Cinemark Theater, near Timberline and Harmony
3-5 p.m.: Downtown Transit Center, 250 M. Mason St.
Thursday, January 30
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.: Front Range Community College/Harmony Library campus, Shields and Harmony
1:30-3:30 p.m.: Northeast section of the Foothills Mall, Stanford and Monroe
4-6 p.m.: Wal-Mart on Mason and Harmony
A community open house will also be scheduled in mid-February featuring information about the transit changes as well as other City transportation and planning projects.
Following this public outreach, Transfort staff will finalize the new routes; new maps and information about the route changes will be distributed online and in the community this spring.
Transfort is the City of Fort Collins public transportation provider. Transfort offers friendly, safe, convenient bus service in Fort Collins and beyond. MAX Bus Rapid Transit (starting in May), Dial-A-Ride, FLEX and the Green and Gold routes are all services of Transfort. The system was 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. For more information about Transfort services and programs, please visit ridetransfort.com.