No long-term parking at Harmony Transfer Center

In order to enable all services, including Transfort, van pooling, carpooling, airport shuttles and soon Bustang, enforcement of 24-hour only parking will begin at the Harmony Transfer Center parking lot effective June 1.

Harmony Transfer Center has always been a day-use lot, although this has never been enforced. Those violating the 24-hour restriction will face parking citations with fines and possibly be towed.

Harmony Transfer Center will undergo some reconfiguration to enable access for all services. The Colorado Department of Transportation is designing a new Kiss & Ride area for airport shuttle services. “Kiss & Ride” means that passengers may be dropped off for the shuttle services, but may not park in the lot for more than 24 hours.

SuperShuttle will be moving its overnight parking to the adjacent SuperShuttle parking lot and will pick up passengers in the new Kiss & Ride area.

Green Ride’s overnight parking and pick-up area will move 6 miles south to its new Green Ride Central Park-and-Ride hub at the Fort Collins-Loveland Airport, where more than 300 free spaces are available to customers. Green Ride will continue to pick up/drop off passengers at the Harmony Park-and-Ride. Visit or e-mail for more information.

CDOT is continuing to work with the City of Fort Collins to plan the future expansion of Harmony Transfer Center to better facilitate all transportation services.

Bustang daily bus service from Fort Collins to Denver begins June 13. Visit for more information.

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