The Poudre Express, a new bus route operated by Greeley Evans Transit, is set to begin operation Thursday, January 2 and will service Windsor, Fort Collins, and Greeley.
The bus times and bus routes have been heavily researched by transit officials and are based on several years of data in hopes of providing a viable transportation option to commuters.
The bus will run Monday through Friday offering four-morning routes and three-afternoon routes traveling in each direction. Routes traveling east will start at the Colorado State University Transit Center and end at the Greeley Evans Regional Transportation Center. Routes traveling west will begin at the Greeley Evans Regional Transportation Center and end at the CSU Transit Center. The bus will make three stops in Windsor, one-stop in east, central and west Windsor.
Poudre Express stops include:
Greeley-Evans Transit Center — 1st Street and 12th Avenue
University of Northern Colorado — 10th Avenue and 20th Street
West Greeley — 10th Street and 69th Avenue
East Windsor — Eastman Park Drive and CO 257
Central Windsor—7th St. and Garden Drive
West Windsor — Main Street and 15th Street
East Fort Collins — Harmony Transportation Center on E Harmony Road on the west side of Interstate 25
Colorado State University Transit Center — near North Drive on the CSU campus
Poudre Express is part of the Greeley Evans Transit system and is a joint venture between the Town of Windsor, the City of Greeley, the City of Fort Collins, Colorado State University and the Colorado Department of Transportation.
For the month of January, all patrons can ride the bus for free. After that, the Wi-Fi-enabled public bus service will be free for university students with a valid ID, and regular fare will be $1.50 one-way. Monthly and annual passes will be available through Greeley Evans Transit.
For more information, including route, schedule, and to download route apps, visit greeleyevanstransit.com.
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