12 Days of COS #3: Mountain Metropolitan Transit More Routes, More Service, More Options

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.— In 2018 Mountain Metropolitan Transit (MMT) added more bus routes, more service, and more options. If you need to get to school, to work, or to a medical appointment you now have more opportunities to use public transit for your trip:

  • New Route 18 serving Union Blvd. from Boulder Street to Academy Blvd.
  • New Route 40 to Pikes Peak Community College Rampart Campus
  • New Saturday service on Route 32 into Security and Widefield
  • New Sunday service now available on Routes 10 and 19 along Nevada Ave.
  • High-frequency, 15-minute transit service added on South Academy Blvd., Route 27
  • High-frequency, 15-minute transit service connecting downtown to the Hancock Plaza at Academy Blvd. – Route 1

“Mountain Metro has nearly doubled the hours of bus service since 2010 with new routes and better frequencies,” said Craig Blewitt, director Mountain Metropolitan Transit. “Many improvements have been implemented just this year. If you haven’t yet added alternative modes of transportation to your list of things you need to do in 2019, now is a good time to try your local bus service.” 

Mountain Metropolitan Transit provides local fixed-route bus service and Metro Mobility ADA paratransit service for Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. All buses are wheelchair-lift equipped. MMT also provides other services such as Metro Rides’ ridesharing, vanpool, and bicycling programs. For added convenience, there are bike racks on all buses for riders who want to utilize the bike-n-bus program. For additional information regarding Mountain Metropolitan Transit please visit www.mmtransit.com, or call (719) 385-RIDE (7433).