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Enter your starting location and destination, then select the bus icon. Transfort connects you to where you need to go in Fort Collins and beyond.

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Detour maps

View the latest detours that might impact your route or stops.

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Schedule Overview

Let Transfort take you to work, school, home and errands. View our routes and start taking the bus today.

First, a couple of tips:
1. Check for rider alerts and detours before planning a trip – service announcements are posted here.
2. Is Colorado State University or Poudre School District in session? If not, some of our routes may have a different schedule. Schedules will indicate if there are different times available or service days for in-session and out-of-session periods. 3. The Saturday and Sunday/holiday schedules for many of our routes are different from Monday-Friday service, please check the time tables to see if your route operates on Saturdays and Sundays/holidays.

View Our All Routes Map

Individual Maps & Schedules

Transfort has expanded operations to better align to MAX and offer more frequencies and evening service. Please view the new schedules below.
All Routes Map

Route 2 Route 2 schedule – pdf

Route 3 Route 3 schedule – pdf

Route 5 Route 5 schedule – pdf

Route 6 Route 6 schedule – pdf

Route 7 Route 7 schedule – pdf

Route 8 Route 8 schedule – pdf

Route 81 Route 81 schedule – pdf

Route 9 Route 9 schedule – pdf

Route 10 Route 10 schedule – pdf

Route 12 Route 12 schedule – pdf

Route 14 Route 14 schedule – pdf

Route 16 Route 16 schedule – pdf

Route 18 Route 18 schedule – pdf

Route 19 Route 19 schedule – pdf

Around the Horn Horn Schedule - pdf

Route 31 Route 31 schedule – pdf

Route 32 Route 32 schedule – pdf

Route 33 Route 33 schedule - pdf

Route 92 Route 92 schedule – pdf

Late Night Weekend Service View Gold Route Schedule - pdf

MAX Bus Rapid Transit View the schedule - pdf

FLEX Regional Service View the schedule - pdf

Come Join Us on MAX!

MAX Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) serves major activity and employment centers throughout our community including Midtown, CSU and Downtown. MAX links with other Transfort bus routes, Park-n-Rides, the City's bicycle/pedestrian trail system, and other local and regional transit routes to provide seamless service for passengers. MAX follows a dedicated transit-only guideway (its own road) and mixed-traffic streets that run parallel to the BNSF Railway between the South Transit Center (south of Harmony Road) and Downtown. It is served by 12 stations and stops.

How to Ride MAX
1. Determine your fare. Purchase your MAX ticket before boarding at a station ticket machine – cash and credit cards are accepted. No need to show your ticket or pass to the bus driver. All Transfort passes are accepted on MAX. 2. Watch for a bus arrival time - Bus arrival information is displayed on screens and announcements at the stations. 3. Enter one of three doors - wheelchairs to the front, bicycles to the rear.
4. Wheelchairs - Enter through the front door. Choose either forward or rearward facing. MAX can accommodate two passengers with wheelchairs.
5. Bicycles - Enter through the rear door. MAX can accommodate up to four bicycles. If no room is available on the bus, park your bicycle in a rack or wait for the next bus.
6. Transit Service Officers will ask for your ticket or Transfort pass once on board.

Getting to the Stations
• Plan your bus trip with Google Transit
• Find a station where you want to board MAX
• Check real-time bus information
• Take a bus, ride a bike, walk or drive to a MAX station
• By bus: Many Transfort routes connect to MAX. Check the system map and locate a bus stop near you.
• By bike: Board your bike on a bus, or park at a bike rack at the stations. Loaner bikes are available at the Downtown Transit Center.
• By car: Park in a park-n-ride lot at the following stations: Downtown Transit Center, Drake Station, Troutman Parkway, Swallow Station, or the South Transit Center. Look for MAX parking signs along the corridor, or refer to this parking map.

More Important Notes
- Keep off the guideway - only buses and authorized vehicles are allowed on the guideway, no cars, pedestrians or bicycles.
- Stations and transit centers are smoke-free.
- Walk your bike or skateboard at the station platforms.

Quick Links
View the MAX route
Transfort fares & passes Download the Transfort app for MAX arrival times
Watch the “how to ride” MAX video

FLEX Regional Service

Welcome to FLEX!

FLEX is a regional bus route serving stops between Fort Collins, Loveland, Berthoud and Longmont, made possible through a regional partnership and operated by Transfort.

FLEX offers a variety of options to maximize the convenience and accessibility to communities in Northern Colorado. During peak morning and evening times, FLEX provides service connecting Fort Collins, Loveland, Berthoud and Longmont. Transfers to Denver and Boulder through the RTD bus system are available in Longmont. Mid-day, FLEX provides service between Fort Collins and Loveland. View the schedule.

- Single ride: $1.25
- Seniors (60+), Disabled & Medicare: $0.60
- Youth (17 and younger): Free

COLT, Transfort and RTD Eco Passes accepted. Contact the relevant agency for prices. Transfers Passengers may transfer to and from FLEX on COLT and Transfort systems. Passengers will ned to pay RTD fare or use an RTD pass to board the RTD system. Pass and pricing information can be found at rtd-denver.com.


Free WiFi is funded by Transfort and provided by FRII. Once on board, access the internet and email through the network: Transfort A, B, C, D, or E. FRII Help Desk: 970.212.0710.

Bikes on FLEX

Each FLEX bus can accommodate three bikes mounted to the front bike rack. Additional bikes may be accommodated within the bus on a space available basis.

Wheel Chair Access

All FLEX buses are wheelchair accessible.

FLEX Funding

FLEX is locally funded and made possible through a partnership between Fort Collins, Loveland, Berthoud, Longmont and Boulder County.

Contact FLEX Service Partners
Transfort – Fort Collins 970.221.6620
COLT – Loveland 970.962.2700
RTD – Denver/Longmont/Boulder 800.366.7433
Sign up for FLEX email updates
Twitter: @Flexnoco

FLEX Holidays FLEX does not operate on the following dates/holidays:
January 1
Memorial Day
July 4
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day
December 25

Late Night Weekend Service: GOLD Route

Transfort provides a late-night bus route from the Downtown area on Friday and Saturday nights throughout the year.
The service runs from 10:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. with departures every 15 minutes from the corner of Mountain Avenue and Remington Street.
Single ride fares are FREE!

The Gold Route serves Downtown, Laurel, Elizabeth, Prospect, and College.
View Gold Route Schedule
This service is brought to you by Association of Students of Colorado State University (ASCSU) and the City of Fort Collins.

Did You Know?
GOLD passengers who park in the downtown parking garages overnight are eligible for a low cost $5/night fixed parking fee. Ask for a parking voucher from the GOLD bus operator. Bus operators will only provide these if requested. Vouchers are valid in the Old Town and Civic Center Parking Garages.

Have your bike downtown after hours? The GOLD route has bike racks. Instead of biking while intoxicated, ride the bus.

Dial-A-Ride Paratransit

Dial-A-Ride is a door-to-door paratransit service for individuals who, because of a disability, are prevented from using Transfort's fixed route system. Dial-A-Ride service meets minimum service requirements of the American’s with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA).

For Dial-A-Ride reservations and eligibility questions, please call 970.224.6066. Download the complete Dial-A-Ride User's Guide

Who is eligible?
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) defines someone as disabled for the purposes of transportation as: A person with a disability, whose disability prevents them from using a fixed route bus service. Individuals that fit this definition are eligible for paratransit service.

In order to better serve Dial-A-Ride clients, eligibility will be categorized into three different groups:

  • Unconditional - A person’s disability prevents them from using the fixed route system at any time
  • Conditional - A person’s disability prevents them from using the fixed route system part of the time. An example would be a person sensitive to temperature extremes. Consideration will be given to the following day’s weather in determining a trip’s eligibility
  • Temporary - A person’s disability prevents them from using the fixed route system for a set period of time.

Service Area
All trips must remain within the service area, which is defined as ¾ mile from any fixed bus route. See map. Paratransit service will not be scheduled beyond the area shown in blue on the map. Simply living beyond ¾ of a buffer does not qualify for Dial-A-Ride. Final determination of a trip’s origin and destination falls within the discretion of Dial-A-Ride.

Hours of Service
6 a.m. – 11 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 6 a.m. – 2:30 a.m. Fri-Sat, except for published holidays.
Contact Dial-A-Ride for information on complementary paratransit service for MAX and Gold routes.

$2.50 per one-way trip.

Reservations and Pickups
Make a reservation up to 14 days in advance of your trip. Call 970.224.6066 to schedule your trip. When your trip day arrives, please be ready at least 15 minutes before your pickup time, and be prepared to wait up to 15 minutes after your pickup time, and watch for the driver. Drivers will wait for five minutes for each rider, but then must continue on the route. If your driver has not arrived within 15 minutes of your pickup time, please call 970.224.6066.

Call 970.224.6066 to cancel your reservation. Cancellations are accepted up to one hour prior to scheduled pick up time. If it is cancelled within one hour of pick up time, a “no show” will be charged. Otherwise, there are no penalties.

Suspension Policy
There is a Dial-A-Ride suspension policy for excessive violations of the one hour notice cancellation requirement. For details on this suspension policy, please refer to the Dial-A-Ride User's Guide. All of the following are considered cancellation violations:

  • "Late Cancel": Passenger fails to give cancellation notice at least one hour prior to scheduled pick-up time.
  • "No-Show": Passenger is not at the designated pick-up location and misses a scheduled trip.
  • "Cancel at the Door": Passenger refuses his/her trip when the driver arrives for pick-up.

If a passenger incurs three violations (in any combination), service may be suspended.

NOTE: This policy does not apply to passengers who have missed a return trip due to a medical delay (when passenger is not ready due to a doctor's appointment running late).

Application and registration information
All potential passengers must apply for Dial-A-Ride service. Call 970.224.6066 for an application. Once completed, mail your application to:
6570 Portner Rd.
Fort Collins, CO 80525
The application and registration process can take up to 21 calendar days to complete. The Dial-A-Ride office will notify you of your eligibility.

How to Ride Transfort

  1. Plan Your Trip
    Use the All Routes Map, or plan your trip with Google
  2. Track your bus
    Find your bus on the Transfort bus tracker tool and note the arrival times.
  3. Find a Bus Time
    Call 970.221.6620 for your closest bus stop. Be at your stop 5 minutes early– each bus stop sign includes route served and how to get real time bus arrival information.
  4. How to pay your fare
    Quickly and easily pay your fare or scan your pass. No change given. For MAX, purchase your ticket at a station vending machine, or have your pass ready. Read More.
  5. How to board a bus
    All buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts or ramps. If you need help, just ask the driver. Place your bicycle on the front rack, or inside on MAX.
  6. How to exit a bus
    When you are a block from your destination, pull the cord above the window to alert the driver you want to exit, and step out at the nearest door.

Travel Training
Do you need a little extra help getting around town? Contact us for FREE Travel training, 970.221.6620. Learn more about travel training.

Wheelchair Access
All buses are wheelchair accessible. Contact a Customer Service Representative at 910.221.6620 to see if traveling from the stop closest to your destination is also accessible. Special service is also provided for ADA eligible patrons. Contact Dial-A-Ride at 910.224.6066 for more information.  

Rider Tools

Call us – 970.221.6620
Our 24-hour a day phone service can direct you to automated bus arrival information, rider alerts, and during operating hours, a customer service representative.

Download the App
Use our App to find a route, bus arrival time and real time bus information. Sign up for rider alerts and notifications for your favorite route that will be sent directly to your device.

Plan your trip
Transfort connects you to where you need to go in Fort Collins. Enter your starting location and destination, then select the bus icon to get the bus stops, routes and schedule for your next trip. Use this tool to plan a bus trip to Denver and back; RTD information will also appear.

Track your bus
Find your bus. Search by route, bus stop number or location and see real time bus arrival information.

Find a Bus Time
Find out when your bus will be arriving. Search by route, bus stop number or location and see real time bus arrival information.

Purchase Tickets
Buy your ticket before boarding the bus at one of the MAX station ticket machines or transit centers, cash, debit and credit cards accepted. Riders show their pre-paid ticket or pass to the bus operator (non-MAX buses), or on MAX to a Transit Service Officer once on board.

Hours & Facilities

Thanks for riding Transfort!
Hours of operation vary by route, but generally run Monday through Saturday.
MAX service runs Monday through Saturday, from 5 a.m. – midnight and Sundays and holidays from 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. Check individual routes and schedules for more information.

Sundays and Holidays
Some Transfort routes operate on Sundays and the following holidays:
New Years Day (January 1)
Memorial Day (last Monday in May)
July 4 (Independence Day)
Labor Day (first Monday in September)
Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November)
December 25

Service during the School Year
Transfort operates additional routes and expanded service when Colorado State University (CSU) and Poudre School District (PSD) are in session. If a route is affected by CSU or PSD sessions, it will be marked on the individual route schedule.


Downtown Transit Center (DTC)
250 N. Mason St. Fort Collins, CO 80524
Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Click here for Fort Collins BikeShare information Fort Collins BikeShare

  • Northern hub for bus routes, including MAX
  • Pass and ticket sales
  • Full service customer service counter
  • Printed maps, schedules, rider alerts
  • Restrooms
  • Check out bikes for community use (hours of operation vary)
  • Indoor waiting area
  • Change machine
  • Bus shelters
  • Bike racks
  • Transfort Administration
  • Pay parking at Civic Center Parking Structure, southeast corner of Mason and Laporte.

Colorado State University Transit Center (CTC)
Lory Student Center, north end.
Hours: Fall and spring semesters only, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. – 4p.m.
Closed Saturdays and Sundays

  • Central hub for bus routes serving CSU
  • Pass and ticket sales
  • Printed maps, schedules, rider alerts
  • General transit information
  • Bus benches and shelters
  • Indoor waiting area
  • Bike racks
  • Restrooms
  • Convenience store
  • Pay parking on north side of Lory Student Center
  • Indoor waiting area
  • Bike racks
  • Restrooms
  • Convenience store

South Transit Center 4915 Fossil Blvd.
Fort Collins, CO 80525
Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Closed Saturdays and Sundays

  • Southern hub for bus routes, including MAX
  • Pass and ticket sales
  • Full service customer service counter
  • Printed maps, schedules, rider alerts
  • Restrooms
  • Indoor waiting area
  • Bus shelters
  • Bike racks
  • 171 parking spots
  • Cafe

Fares & Passes

Thanks for riding Transfort! Get all the details on fares, passes and ticketing here.
Information & Customer Service - 970.221.6620

Please note: Exact fare only. Bus Operators do not carry change.
When riding MAX, simply show a ticket or your bus pass to a Transit Service Officer once on board. Just purchase your ticket at a ticket machine at a MAX station or at one of three transit centers.

Fares Single ride…….....$1.25
Seniors (60+)…..$0.60
Disabled & Medicare…$0.60 Youth (17 & younger) with approved ID……FREE
CSU students, faculty and staff with RamCard……FREE

Late-Night Downtown Service (Gold Route) Single Ride……FREE

Youth Pass (17 & younger, unlimited rides)……FREE
Day Pass (unlimited rides/day)….$3.00
7 Day Pass (unlimited rides)…….$10.00
31 Day Pass (unlimited rides)….$25.00
Annual Adult Pass…………………….$154.00
Annual Senior (60yrs.+)……………………$25.00
Annual Disabled and Medicare Cardholders…..$25.00

Passfort (Business bulk rate – must be purchase through Transfort Administration)

Youth riders supported by Bohemian Foundation.
CSU student, faculty and staff rides supported by Associate Students of Colorado State University (ASCSU) and Colorado State University.
Late-night service supported in partnership by ASCSU and the City of Fort Collins.

Get a Transfort Bus Pass Today!
• Discount and Youth passes are available at the Downtown Transit Center (corner of Mason & Laporte), the CSU Transit Center (north end of Lory Student Center), or, at the new South Transit Center, 4915 Fossil Blvd.
• One–way, all day, 7 day, and monthly passes are also available at ticket machines at MAX stations.
• Ask an operator for a ticket when boarding (non-MAX routes).

Cash only, exact change only ($1.25/single ride).
• Purchase discounted fare passes through the mail.
Senior Pass form
Disabled Pass form
• Pay by cash, check or credit card (MasterCard or Visa only).
• Visit a transit center - all tickets and passes can be purchased at a transit center:
• Downtown Transit Center, 250 N. Mason St. (corner of Mason & Laporte)
• CSU Transit Center (north end of Lory Student Center)
• South Transit Center, 4915 Fossil Blvd.
MAX station ticket machine - Single ride, daily, weekly and monthly passes are available. Pay by cash, check or credit card (MasterCard or Visa only).

MAX Bus Rapid Transit Service
Purchase a fare or have a pass to ride MAX. All Transfort tickets and passes are valid on MAX. DO NOT show ticket or pass to driver. Be prepared to show a ticket or your bus pass to a Transit Service Officer once on board.

Special Requirements for Youth Pass
• Transfort defines a “youth” rider as: anyone age 17 or younger or students actively enrolled in a secondary school program.
• Transfort requires youth 17 and under to show an approved ID or ride with an accompanying adult (for those under age 12).
• Acceptable forms of ID include:
• A valid student ID from any elementary, middle or high school showing current school year and enrollment; or
• A valid, state-issued Colorado Identification Card or Driver’s License; or
• A free, Transfort-issued Youth Bus Pass Youth requesting a free Transfort Youth Bus Pass shall provide proof of age, through a birth certificate, passport or other legal form of identification. Youth under age 12 may request a free Transfort Youth Bus Pass with permission from a legal guardian and proof of age through a birth certificate, passport or other legal form of identification; additionally, youth under 12 can ride free, with no proof of age required, when accompanied by a fare paying legal guardian.

Information & customer service - 970.221.6620


PassFort is an employer-based bus pass program that enables employers to purchase "bulk rate" annual Transfort bus passes. This program is available to all Fort Collins businesses regardless of the size of company.

For businesses over 25 employees, a business must purchase at least 25 passes. For businesses less than 25 employees, a business must purchase a pass for every employee.

Participating businesses receive a bulk rate of $50 per pass. That's a 68% savings compared to a regular annual pass ($154).
Vouchers are provided by the business to employees for their purchase of an annual pass at a transit center.

PassFort passes may be used on any Transfort bus, any time, any day. This includes MAX and FLEX, a regional bus system.

Additional PassFort Services
• Enrollment through Downtown Business Association (DBA) or Chamber of Commerce: Businesses that are members of the DBA or Chamber of Commerce can allow their employees to purchase PassFort passes directly through the DBA or Chamber.
• Pass Usage Reports: Businesses are provided with reports highlighting the frequency of employee pass usage. This service allows employers to see the value employees receive from the pass, and view carbon dioxide (CO2) and vehicle miles traveled (VMT) savings.

Resources for Employers
Program Overview (PDF)
Guidelines & Policies (PDF)
Sign Up/Application Form (PDF)

For more information, call 970.221.6620 or email TransfortAdmin@fcgov.com.

Travel Training

Do you need a little extra help getting around town? Are you new to Fort Collins and need assistance learning the bus system? Have you wondered about Transfort service, but aren’t sure how to get started?

Contact us for FREE travel training, 970.221.6620.

Our Travel Trainers will visit groups and organizations and help your members learn how to ride Transfort’s many fixed routes, FLEX and MAX. We also host regularly scheduled training events across Fort Collins – they are free and open to the public.

Passenger Code of Conduct

• Respect transit property
• Respect drivers and fellow passengers
• No unsafe behavior
• No eating or smoking on the bus
• No alcoholic beverages
• Use Transfort services and facilities for transportation purposes only.

Note: Anyone in violation of these actions may be asked to leave the Transfort vehicle or facility, and risk suspension of their privileges to use Transfort or enter Transfort property.

For more information on this policy, please call Transfort at 970.221.6620 or email us at transfortinfo@fcgov.com.

Non-discrimination Policy

ADA Title II
Transfort is committed to complying with all Federal Americans with Disabilities (ADA) regulations as well as the State of Colorado accessibility requirements. In 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed by Congress and signed into law. This civil rights legislation entitles, among other requirements, persons with disabilities equal opportunity to participate in society. As such, public transportation agencies, like Transfort, are required by law to provide the necessary ADA-compliant equipment and accommodations.

Title VI
Transfort/Dial-A-Ride is committed to ensuring that no individual is excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of its programs, activities or services, or subject to discrimination on the basis of race, color or national origin as per the Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended.

 Toward this end, Transfort/Dial-A-Ride's departments and employees are responsible for carrying out the commitment to non-discrimination including the requirements of Title VI.
This includes the following:
- To ensure that the level and quality of transportation services are provided to all;
- To promote full and fair participation in transportation decision making;
- To ensure meaningful access to Transfort/Dial-A-Ride's programs and activities by persons with limited English Proficiency;
- To identify and address, as appropriate the human health, social, economic and environmental effects of Transfort/Dial-A-Ride's programs and activities on all populations.

Filing a Complaint
For additional information on Transfort's non-discrimination obligations, or if you believe you have been subjected to discrimination under Title VI or ADA Title II and would like to file a written complaint with Transfort management, download one of the forms below and contact us:

ADA Complaint Form (PDF)
ADA Complaint Form - en Espanol (PDF)
Title VI Complaint Form (PDF)
Title VI Complaint Form - en Espanol (PDF)


6570 Portner Road

Fort Collins, CO 80525