Transfort Bus Service
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Rider Alerts, Closures and Detours
Transfort is committed to providing safe, reliable and efficient service. When construction, special events, maintenance or weather interfere with our schedule, we want you to know about it. Here is where you will find information on detours, stop closures, and other issues that may affect your route. You can also follow us on Twitter for bus route updates, detours, weather delays and emergencies or you can call 970-221-6620.
Route 1 NB Detour (PDF)
Route 1 NB JFK Detour (PDF)
Route 2 WB Detour (PDF)
Route 6 NB Detour (PDF)
Route 6 SB Detour (PDF)
Route 9 Detour (PDF)
Route 14 WB Detour (PDF)
Route 16 NB JFK Detour (PDF)
Route 16 SB JFK Detour (PDF)
Route 18 NB Detour (PDF)
Route 19 NB Closed Stop (PDF)
Green Route Detour (PDF)
Feedback - 2014 Proposed Route Changes
If you were unable to attend the Transportation Open House on May 1, 2013, here are links to the maps presented for 2014 proposed route changes. 2014 Proposed Route Alignments, 2014 Proposed Route Frequencies and Highlights to Proposed 2014 Changes. Your feedback is very important to us. Please submit input, concerns, and comments to or call 970-224-6195.
Greyhound Lines - No Longer Services Downtown Transit Center
Greyhound Lines, Inc. will no longer service Transfort's Downtown Transit Center. Greyhound operations will run through April 9, 2013. Operations and support service for Greyhound will no longer be available at the Downtown Transit Center effective April 10, 2013. For additional information, visit greyhound.com or call 800-231-2222
Green & Gold Late-Night Riders Can Get $5 Overnight Parking
Another reason to ride the late bus! Parking Services and Transfort offer Green & Gold passengers who park in the downtown parking structures overnight a fixed fee of $5. Get your voucher from the Green & Gold bus operator. Bus Operators will only provide these if requested. Vouchers are valid in the Old Town and Civic Center Parking Garages.
MAX is on the Way!
Transfort is building a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line, MAX, that will operate along the Mason Corridor. Service will begin in the summer of 2014. Visit fcgov.com/max to learn more.
Looking Forward: New South Transit Center
Construction is underway on a new transit center, located just south of Harmony Road along College Avenue. The planned transit center will be the southern hub for many routes. This new facility will offer significant improvements in amenities for riders. The new transit center will provide shelter, an information desk, Park-n-Ride, ample bicycle parking, and connection to the Mason Corridor and Mason Trail.
North Front Range Transit Vision
The Cities of Loveland and Fort Collins, the Town of Berthoud, Larimer County, and the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization (NFRMPO) are conducting a study to explore the feasibility of a regional decision-making and funding structure for regional transit services. Learn more at nfrtransitvision.com
We provide exceptional, customer-focused service that meets our community's present and future transit needs.