COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Mountain Metro will increase current weekday service levels on Thursday, November 19 as follows:
Most routes will return to normal weekday service with the exception of routes 1 and 27 which will continue to run every 30 minutes instead of every 15 minutes.
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Two more bus drivers who work for RATP-Dev, Mountain Metropolitan Transit’s fixed route contractor, tested positive for COVID-19. These employees have not been at work since November 3. As a result, bus service this weekend will be scaled back and that information can be found at mmtransit.com.... Read more
Mountain Metro is experiencing a shortage of reporting bus drivers due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fixed route bus service reductions are being implemented until further notice. Please visit www.mmtransit.com for details.
Mountain Metro is experiencing a shortage of reporting bus drivers. Fixed route bus service reductions are being implemented. Riders are encouraged to go to Mountain Metro’s alert webpage and visit us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates.
At least three employees who work for RATP-Dev, Mountain Metropolitan Transit’s fixed route contractor, tested positive for COVID-19. These employees have not been at work since October 26. Other staff members who were potentially exposed to the virus are in self-isolation and are following... Read more
Beginning Monday, September 28, Mountain Metro’s Route 6 will begin operating on Fillmore Street, moving from East 4th Street. This new routing is more direct, provides better access to destinations along Fillmore Street, and will improve travel times.
Effective Friday, July 17, pursuant to the State Health Order, Mountain Metropolitan Transit will deny admittance or service and require the removal of any individual who fails to wear a medical or non-medical face covering on all of its fixed-route bus service and ADA paratransit service vehicles.
Due to the pandemic, Mountain Metropolitan Transit will conduct public meetings digitally for proposed fall 2020 service changes. Mountain Metro has posted an online video and survey to inform the public of the proposed service changes and to obtain public input prior to a final decision.
Mountain Metro is experiencing overcrowding on some buses. In an effort to alleviate the overcrowding and to meet the El Paso County Health Department’s guidance for social distancing, two very low ridership routes will be temporarily suspended and those buses and drivers will be used on the routes... Read more
Heroic transportation workers across the country continue to provide critical service for healthcare workers, first responders, childcare workers, grocery store employees and other heroes who are performing critically essential work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you, Mountain Metro Transit... Read more
Dear Mountain Metro customer,
Over the last few weeks, information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has raised concerns, and we want you to know we are committed to minimizing risk.
We are taking additional measures to keep our vehicles clean and our customers and employees healthy. Our buses... Read more