COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.— Beginning Sunday April 29, Mountain Metro will add Sunday bus service to two routes and Saturday bus service to one route. Other routes will see frequency improvements from 60 minute to 30 minute service.
Route 1 – Academy/Astrozon to Downtown: Increase Saturday frequency to 30 minutes
Route 3 – Downtown to Manitou Springs: Increase Saturday frequency to 30 minutes
Route 10 – Downtown to PPCC Centennial Campus: Add 60-minute Sunday service
Route 19 – Downtown to Nevada Ave./Eagle Rock: Add 60-minute Sunday service
Route 32 – Academy/Astrozon to Security/Widefield: Add 60-minute Saturday service
With the completion of the I-25/Cimarron Street interchange construction project, a long-term detour for Route 4 which goes to the Broadmoor will end. The route will be returned to its original routing on Cimarron Street. Details about all of these improvements and a fare policy change for Metro Mobility paratransit clients can be found on Mountain Metro’s website.
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. Mountain Metropolitan Transit 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).