Mountain Metro to start service to Colorado Springs Airport

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Mountain Metro will begin bus service to the Colorado Springs Airport, starting June 13. Route 37 will be an express route that will start at the Hancock plaza, and conclude at the Colorado Springs Airport with one stop in between at Integration Loop.

Service will run from 6:15 a.m. with the last bus departing Colorado Springs Airport at 7:30 p.m.
“This route will expand transportation options for both workers going to and from the new Amazon warehouse as well as visitors and Coloradans alike who are looking to fly in and out of the Colorado Springs Airport,” said Craig Blewitt, Director of Mountain Metropolitan Transit. 

“This new route will make the Colorado Springs Airport even more convenient for our travelers and create easier access to the area for our community. We are thrilled for the benefits Route 37 will bring,” said Greg Phillips, Director of Aviation, Colorado Springs Airport.

Route 37 will run seven days a week, and connect with other routes to provide transportation options to Security-Widefield and downtown Colorado Springs.

For more information about route times and details riders are encouraged to visit MMT’s website 

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