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Mountain Metropolitan Transit

Mountain Metropolitan Transit
logo
Slogan Rethink Your Ride
Headquarters 107 North Nevada Ave
Locale Colorado Springs, Colorado
Service area El Paso County, Colorado
Service type bus service
Routes 19
Hubs 5
Stations 3
Fleet 36-38 (2013)
Daily ridership Approximately 9,597 (2010)
Fuel type Diesel
Website Mountain Metro

Mountain Metropolitan Transit is the public transportation operator for the metro area of Colorado Springs, Colorado, providing service to Peterson Air Force Base, Manitou Springs, Widefield and Chapel Hills.[1] It has 18 local routes, and used to provide a commuter bus service (FREX) to the city of Denver.

History

Prior to November 2, 2005, this transit system was called Springs Transit. The week of November 2, 2005, it also introduced bus service on Sundays for the first time. A lack of Sunday bus service was a common complaint among riders.

By early 2006, the number of transfer stations increased from two (Downtown Terminal and Citadel Mall) to eleven stations throughout the city (UCCS, Chapel Hills Mall, Hancock Plaza, PPCC Centennial Campus, etc.). This allowed more direct bus service and allowed more routes to be created that don't have to go to the downtown terminal to transfer. For example, there were two routes running on Academy Blvd, one on the north part of Academy and another on the south part. That was reduced to just one route (25) running the length of Academy Blvd.

Frequency on weekdays for the most popular routes was 35 minutes. Medium ridership routes ran every 35 minutes during the peak hours. Frequency for medium ridership routes during the off-peak hours and lower ridership routes was every 70 minutes. Frequency on evenings and Sundays was 60 minutes. Frequency on Saturdays was 30 minutes for the higher ridership routes and 60 minutes for the other routes. Evening service ran Monday through Saturday. All routes were changed to run on the current 30 and 60-minute headways in the fall of 2008 after the debut of the Ute Pass Express.

Colorado Springs was deeply affected by the budget crisis. In January 2009, the fare increased from $1.50 to $1.75.[2] Several routes were eliminated in April 2009, including most of the low-ridership routes, five express routes, eight transfer stations, and the free downtown shuttle (DASH). In addition, a few of the remaining routes had their frequency reduced from 30 minutes to 60 minutes. Due to the elimination of all dedicated evening/Sunday routes, routes 5, 9 and 14 began running evenings and Sundays.

All evening and weekend bus service was terminated on January 1, 2010, along with the elimination of routes 30, 92, 93, and 95 due to the failure of 2C. As a result, from January 1, 2010 to March 7, 2011, Colorado Springs was the largest city in the United States that had no public transit service on weekends.

Also as a result of the 2010 service cuts, Route 14, a higher volume route, had its frequency cut from 30 minutes to 60 minutes. Many riders believe this was a major mistake, as it caused the route to become overcrowded during certain parts of the day, especially after Pikes Peak Workforce Center and the Department of Human Services were relocated to their current locations at 30th & Centennial.

In 2009, Mountain Metropolitan Transit received $8.8 million in ARRA funds.[3] This money is being used for many things, such as allowing subcontractors to provide bus service, preventative maintenance, a new transit facility, 29 new paratransit vehicles, three new service support vehicles, security cameras installed on the buses, and improvements to the downtown terminal.

It was announced that partial weekend service would return for 2011 due to the city's budget being higher than expected. On March 12, 2011, limited Saturday service returned, with Routes 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, and 25 running at hourly intervals.

On October 31, 2011, the service for Ute Pass Express, which was an express service for the city of Woodland Park, Colorado, was cut due to low ridership.

For the start of the 2012 year, it was proposed to test the feasibility of smaller buses for low-ridership routes. This would remove the normal 35 foot Gillig Phantoms and Gillig BRT's, to a 16 passenger cutaway bus. These were tested on routes 15, 16, 22, and 24.

On April 2, 2012, route 31 was eliminated due to the city of Fountain, Colorado not contracting with Mountain Metropolitan Transit anymore. Also, Mountain Metropolitan Transit split Route 22 (which also ran into Fountain near Fountain Mesa & Mesa Ridge) into two different routes. Route 22 was changed from running its normal route, and started to run the south part of Colorado Springs under a new route known as Southborough. The new Route 32, however, will run most of the normal Route 22, but will not continue to the city of Fountain. Along with these spring changes, its ADA paratransit (Metro Mobility) has increased its fare from $0.36 a mile to $0.38 a mile. The changes also changed the direction of Route 14, although no riders were affected. The change was to accommodate a new ridership pattern and the relocation of the El Paso County Human Services. Finally, Front Range Express (FREX) had its final service to and from Denver on August 31, 2012.

On April 1, 2013, some evening service returned, with Routes 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, and 25 running evening service The final 25 run will meet the last buses arriving at the Citadel. Route 25's last departure from the Citadel is at 9:44 PM. One additional trip was added to Route 10, leaving the downtown terminal at 6:45 PM and terminating at PPCC at 7:08 PM. Route 14 received some minor schedule changes to reduce delays caused by large numbers of people boarding at 30th & Centennial at certain times of the day.

Starting May 19, 2013, a free shuttle began in Manitou Springs. The shuttle runs along Manitou Avenue and connect the Cog Railway and Manitou Incline along Ruxton Avenue. It runs daily from 6 AM to 6 PM. Service frequency is 20 minutes from 6 AM to 8 AM, and 30 minutes afterwards.[4]

On September 8, 2013, bus stop standardization was implemented on routes 1, 3, 5, and 25 to help with on-time performance. A new transfer station was built two blocks north of the Chapel Hills Mall on Voyager Pkwy, and buses that terminated at Chapel Hills Mall now terminate here instead. The change was made to prevent buses from having to enter the Chapel Hills Mall parking lot to service the mall, which can get crowded during the holiday shopping season. Route 14 was extended to serve Doherty High School on Barnes Rd.

Bus Fleet

The current bus fleet consists primarily of Gillig Phantoms and Gillig BRT's. Mountain Metro Transit also has two Gillig Low Floors, purchased in 2002.

Buses manufactured prior to 2005 are painted white and sport a large purple "metro" logo (as seen in the photograph). All buses purchased from 2005-onwards are painted in a variety of colors (blue, green, purple, lavender, gold, maroon, aqua, teal, silver, orange, black)and have a purple interior scheme.

Most of the 1999 Phantom fleet (except for 9908, 9909, and 9917) was retired and sold in October-November 2009 due to the April 2009 service cuts. The rest of the 1999 fleet was sold in April 2010.

The 2001 Gillig Phantoms are mainly used as backup buses due to the January 2010 service cuts. These buses still occasionally run routes (such as Route 24-Peterson AFB) until their retirement in early 2013.

The NovaBus RTS's were bought to be used on the 94-Monument Express route that went to Monument. In 2004, they began running on the newly introduced FrontRange Express (FREX). When the FREX received 19 new Gillig BRT's in 2007, the RTS's were painted in a new livery and ran on various express routes. As of 2010, these buses have been retired from active service because the last of the express routes (92, 93, and 95) were all eliminated.

The following chart lists all buses bought from 1975 up to the present day.

Fleet # Quantity Year Manufacturer Model Size Seating capacity Engine Transmission Retired
1629–1642 13 1975 GM New Look T6H-4523A 35 ft. 45 Detroit Diesel 6V71 Allison VS-2 1994?
1643–1645 3 1976 GM New Look T6H-4523A 35 ft. 45 Detroit Diesel 6V71 Allison VS-2 1999
1646–1650 5 1978 Flxible New Look 45096-6-1 35 ft. 45 Detroit Diesel 6V71 Allison V730 1999
1651–1664 14 1979 GMC RTS-03 35 ft. unknown Detroit Diesel 8V71 Allison V730 1999?
1665–1668 4 1979 GMC RTS-03 40 ft. unknown Detroit Diesel 8V71 Allison V730 1999?
1669–1672 4 1983 Gillig Phantom 35 ft. 35 Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-747 2004–2006
1673–1674 2 1991 Gillig Phantom 40 ft. 43 Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-747 2004–2006
1675–1684 10 1991 Gillig Phantom 35 ft. 35 Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-748 2006
1617–1618 2 1991 Gillig Spirit 27 ft. 24 CAT 3208 Allison 2002
1685–1694 10 1994 Gillig Phantom 35 ft. 37 Detroit Diesel Series 50 ZF Ecomat 4HP-590 2009
9701-9708 8 1997 New Flyer D30LF 30 ft. 25 Detroit Diesel Series 40 Allison B300R 2008
9901-9921 21 1999 Gillig Phantom 35 ft. 37 Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison B400R 2009–2010
0401-?  ? 1999 Ebus N/A 22 ft. 22 Battery-electric motor N/A 2007–2008
0101-0105 5 2001 Gillig Phantom 35 ft. 37 Detroit Diesel Series 50 EGR Voith D863.3E 2013. Now Pueblo Transit 112-512.
0108-0110, 0112, 0114-0118 9 2001 ABI TSV-30 30 ft. 23 Cummins ISB Allison B300R 2008
0210 1 2001 Eldorado Aerotech (Ford E-450 chassis) 28 ft. 12 Power Stroke 7.3 liter turbodiesel Ford 4-speed automatic 2008
0201-0203 3 2002 NovaBus RTS-06 WFD 40 ft. 37 Cummins ISM ZF 6HP-592C? 2010
0204-0205 2 2002 Eldorado Aerotech (Ford E-450 chassis) 28 ft. 12 Power Stroke 7.3 liter turbodiesel Ford 4-speed automatic 2008
0206-0207 2 2002 Gillig Phantom 35 ft. 37 Cummins ISC Allison B400R in service
0208-0209 2 2002 Gillig Low Floor 40 ft. 40 Cummins ISC Allison B400R in service
0501-0504 4 2005 Gillig BRT 35 ft. 32 Cummins ISL Allison B400R in service
0505-0507 3 2005 Gillig BRT 40 ft. 40 Cummins ISL Allison B400R in service
0601-0612 12 2006 Gillig BRT 40 ft. 40 Caterpillar C9 Allison B400R in service
0700-0706 7 2007 Gillig BRT 35 ft. 32 Caterpillar C9 Voith D864.5 in service
F0701-F0719 19 2007 Gillig BRT 40 ft. 40 Cummins ISM Voith D864.5 9 sold on February 8, 2010; 2012
0800-0805 6 2008 Gillig BRT 35 ft. 32 Caterpillar C9 Voith D864.5 in service
5580-5586 7 2008 StarTrans Senator (Ford E-450 chassis) unknown 16 6.8 liter Triton V10 (gasoline) 5-speed automatic 2009–2010 (5580 and 5586 remain in service)
 ? 5 2008 Champion Defender (Chevrolet chassis) 33 ft. 24 Duramax Diesel 6.6 liter V8 Allison 2000 2011?

F0701-F0719 were bought to be used on the Front Range Express (FREX) to replace older buses that were prone to breaking down. They all feature a black paint scheme with high back seating & WiFi on board.

The Champion Defender buses were bought to be used on the Ute Pass Express. However, the Ute Pass Express was eliminated in late-October 2011. It is currently unknown if the buses are going to be used on existing fixed-route service or be retired altogether.

Most of the ElDorado buses were retired and sold after only one to two years of service due to the 2009 and 2010 service cuts. At least one, possibly two remain in service running the newly introduced Route 32.

Route list

Route Destinations Frequency-Mins. Notes
1 - Hillside - Hancock Plaza Hillside, Prospect Park, Hancock Plaza M-F: 30 mins,
Sat: 60 mins
3 - Colorado Ave - Manitou Springs Colorado Ave., Old Colorado City, Manitou Springs M-F: 30 mins,
Sat: 60 mins
4 - 8th Street - Broadmoor Courthouse, 8th Street, Skyway, Broadmoor M-F: 60 mins,
Sat: None
5 - Boulder - Citadel Boulder Ave., Memorial Hospital, Citadel Mall M-F: 30 mins,
Sat: 60 mins
6 - Wahsatch - Citadel Wahsatch, Bon Center, Fillmore, Union, Citadel Mall M-F: 60 mins,
Sat: None
7 - Pikes Peak Ave - Citadel Pikes Peak Ave, Murray, Citadel Mall M-F: 30 mins,
Sat: 60 mins
8 - Cache la Poudre St Cache la Poudre St., Galley Road, Citadel Mall M-F: 60 mins,
Sat: None
9 - Cascade - North Nevada Ave Cascade Ave., UCCS, N. Nevada Ave., Chapel Hills (M-F) M-F: 30 mins,
Sat: 60 mins
10 - Hwy 115 - PPCC S. Nevada, Hwy 115, Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC) M-F: 60 mins,
Sat: None
11 - World Arena - PPCC S. Nevada, World Arena, Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC) M-F: 60 mins,
Sat: 60 mins
12 - Palmer Park Blvd Palmer Park Blvd., Senior Center, Space Center (near Powers) M-F: 60 mins,
Sat: 60 mins
14 - Chestnut & Garden of the Gods Rd Chestnut, Garden/Gods Rd., UCCS, Austin Bluffs & Academy M-F: 60 mins,
Sat: 60 mins
15 - E. Las Vegas St - PPCC Fountain Blvd., E. Las Vegas St., County Jail, World Arena, Pikes Peak Community College M-F: 60 mins,
Sat: None
16 - Brookside St - Uintah Gardens Courthouse, Brookside St., S. 8th St., W. Uintah St, Uintah Gardens M-F: 60 mins,
Sat: None
22 - Southborough Citadel Mall, Airport Rd., Murray, Astrozon, Hancock Plaza M-F: 60 mins,
Sat: None
24 - Galley Rd - Peterson AFB Citadel Mall, Galley Rd., Cimarron Hills, Peterson AFB W. gate M-F: 60 mins,
Sat: None
25 - Academy Blvd Chapel Hills Mall, Academy, Citadel Mall, Hancock Plaza, PPCC M-F: 30 mins,
Sat: 60 mins
32 - Security - Widefield Hancock Plaza, Hancock Rd., Main St., Security, Widefield M-F: 60 mins,
Sat: None
Manitou Summer Shuttle Manitou Ave., Pikes Peak Cog Railway M-F: 20-30 mins,
Sat-Sun: 20-30 mins
Only runs from mid-May to early September.

Transfer Stations

Transfer Station Routes
Downtown Terminal 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16
Citadel Mall 5, 6, 7, 8, 22, 24, 25
Pikes Peak Community College 10, 11, 15, 25
Hancock Plaza 1, 22, 25, 32
Voyager Parkway 9, 25

Fares

Cash Fares Price
Basic Fare $1.75
Economy Fare
(child, disabled, senior, student)
$0.85
Transfer Free
Day Pass $4.00
Discount Tickets Price Notes
31-Day Ticket $63.00
Adult 20-Ride Ticket $32.00 Replaced Adult 22-Ride Ticket
Special 20-Ride Ticket $16.00 Replaced Special 22-Ride Ticket
Summer Haul Pass
(Ages 6–18)
$25.00 Unlimited rides from June 1 to August 31

November 2005 Route list (At Launch)

When Mountain Metropolitan Transit (Metro) launched on the 1st Thursday in November 2005, it changed almost everything the city of Colorado Springs had come to expect from the previous system, Springs Transit.

Please remember, some of THESE ROUTES ARE NO LONGER ACTIVE! (Please refer above for current info.)

 
Route Destinations Frequency-Mins.

(Peak/Off-Peak)

Info/Similar Old Springs Transit Route
1 - Hillside - Hancock Plaza Hillside, Prospect Park, Hancock Plaza

(Combined with Route 2, the Hillside/Hancock Plaza had

35 minute service Mon.-Sat.)

M-F: 70 mins,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: 60 mins,
Eve: 60 mins.
#7A - Hillside
2 - Hillside - Hancock Plaza Hillside, Prospect Park, Hancock Plaza (Alt. with #1, only this

route serviced Int'l. & Parkside, and went to Chelton & Airport).

M-F: 70 mins,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#7B - Hillside
3 - Colorado Ave - Manitou Springs Colorado Ave, Old Colorado City, Bott/Robinson, Manitou Springs M-F: 35 mins,
Sat: 30 mins,
Sun: 60 mins,
Eve: 60 mins.
#11 - Manitou
4 - 8th Street - Broadmoor Courthouse, 8th Street, Skyway, Broadmoor M-F: 70 mins,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#14 - Broadmoor (was also known as #4 Broadmoor in

1992 along with #4 - Wahsatch)

5 - Boulder - Citadel Boulder Ave., Memorial Hospital, Citadel Mall M-F: 35 mins,
Sat: 30 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#1 - North Academy (Terminal, Citadel)
6 - Wahsatch - Citadel Wahsatch, Bon Center, Fillmore, Union, Citadel Mall M-F: 35 mins*,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#4 - Wahsatch
#7/#17 - Constitution (from Union to Chelton)
7 - Pikes Peak Ave - Citadel Pikes Peak Ave, Citadel Mall, Sand Creek M-F: 35 mins*,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#8 - Eastborough (Pikes Peak, Chelton,

& Airport Roads)

8 - Cache la Poudre St Cache la Poudre St., Galley Road, Citadel Mall, Sand Creek M-F: 35 mins*,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#2/#12 - Peterson AFB

(Terminal, Citadel, PAFB via Galley)

9 - Cascade - UCCS Cascade Ave., Rocky Mountain Greyhound Park, El Paso/4th St.,

University of Colo. at Colorado Springs

M-F: 35 mins,
Sat: 30 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#3 - Cascade
10 - Hwy 115 - PPCC S. Nevada, Southgate, Hwy 115, Pikes Peak Community College

(PPCC)

M-F: 70 mins,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#2 - Fort Carson & portions of #9 - Widefield
11 - World Arena - PPCC S. Nevada, World Arena, Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC) M-F: 70 mins,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: 60 mins,
Eve: 60 mins.
#2 - Fort Carson
12 - Palmer Park Blvd Palmer Park Blvd., Senior Center, Crossed Powers,

Hathaway/Omaha (Transfers were possible to Route 24)

M-F: 35 mins*,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: 60 mins,
Eve: 60 mins.
#6 - Rustic Hills
13 - Garden/Gods Road (Eve/Sun) Cascade Av, Portal Park, UCCS, GOG Rd, Centennial,

Holland Park

M-F: None,
Sat: None,
Sun: 60 mins,
Eve: 60 mins.
Ran Evening & Sunday services, combining #9 & #14
14 - Chestnut & Garden of the Gods Rd Chestnut St., Holland Park, Garden/Gods Rd., UCCS,

Austin Bluffs & Academy, East Library

M-F: 35 mins,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#8 - Eastborough (UCCS to Austin Bluffs & Academy)

#18 - Holland Park

#5/#15 - Eastern Crosstown - Meadowland to E. Library

15 - E. Las Vegas St - PPCC Fountain Blvd., Las Vegas St., County Jail, World Arena,

Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC)

M-F: 45 mins,
Sat: 90 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#27 - E. Las Vagas St. - El Paso County Jail (CJC)

#9 - Widefield (Circle/Monterrey/Carmel to Circle/Janitel)

17 - Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Broadmoor Area, Cheyenne Mtn. Zoo M-F: None,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: 60 mins,
Eve: None.
The Zoo route ran off & on through the years.
19 - Austin Bluffs Terminal, Boulder, Memorial Hospital, Citadel Mall, Union, Portal Park,

Cragmoor, UCCS, Austin Bluffs/Academy Transfer Station.

M-F: None,
Sat: None,
Sun: 60 mins,
Eve: 60 mins.
Ran Evening & Sunday services,

combining #5, #20, #9, & #14

20 - Circle/Fillmore Citadel, Circle, Van Buren, Fillmore, Portal, UCCS M-F: 70 mins,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#4 - Wasatch (Van Buren/T. Gap to the Citadel)
21 - Murray Citadel, Murray, S. Carefree, 1st & Main, Security Service Field M-F: 35 mins*,
Sat: 70 mins.,
Sun: 60 mins,
Eve: 60 mins.
#8 - Eastborough

(Murray/Platte to Oro Blanco/S. Carefree)

22 - Security/Widefield Citadel Mall, Murray, Astrozon, Hancock Plaza, Drennen,

Security, Plaza-Fountain (Wal-Mart), Widefield

M-F: 70 mins,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: 60 mins,
Eve: 60 mins.
23 - Austin Bluffs/Academy Citadel, Chelton, Constitution, 1st & Main Town Center, N. Carefree,

Doherty High School, Austin Bluffs/Academy Transfer Station

M-F: 35 mins*,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#8 - Eastborough (Oro Blanco/N. Carefree to Austin Bluffs/Academy),
#7/#17 - Constitution (Constitution to Chelton to Rio Vista),
#5 - Eastern Crosstown (Citadel to Constitution via Chelton)
24 - Galley Rd - Peterson AFB Citadel Mall, Galley Rd., Cimarron Hills,

Peterson AFB (used old N. Gate prior to switching to W. Gate)

M-F: 35 mins*,
Sat: 60 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#2/#12 - Peterson AFB (Citadel to Peterson AFB)
25 - Academy Blvd Chapel Hills Mall, Academy, Citadel Mall, Hancock Plaza,

Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC)

M-F: 35 mins*,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: 60 mins,
Eve: 60 mins.
#1 - North Academy (Citadel to Chapel Hills via N. Academy),
#21 - South Academy (Citadel to PPCC via South Academy),
#5 - Eastern Crosstown (S. Academy/El Morrow southward)
30 - Fort Carson PPCC, Fort Carson M-F: 70 mins,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#2 - Fort Carson (The #30 combined with the #10/#11

routes made the 90 min round trip route.)

31 - Fountain PPCC, Plaza-Fountain (Wal-mart), Around the city of Fountain M-F: 70 mins,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#71 - Fountain
32 - Uintah Gardens 8th Street, Moreno, 21st St., Bott/Robinson, Old Colorado City,

W. Uintah, Uintah Gardens, 19th St.,

Coronado High School (at Mesa & Fontmore stop)

M-F: 70 mins,
Sat: 70 mins,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
#6 - West Uintah (Uintah/30th northward to Mesa/Fillmore)
33 - Fort Carson Tripper PPCC, Fort Carson M-F: Various,
Sat: None,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
An added route for Fort Carson.
E1 - Falcon Express CS Downtown Terminal, Memorial Hospital, Citadel,

Peterson Road, Falcon (at Safeway)

M-F: AM/PM,
Sat: None,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
Was an AM/PM peak hours route that offered services

to Falcon. (Route was later cut)

E2 - Falcon/GOG Rd. Express Garden Of The Gods Road (30th/Centennial), Austin Bluffs/Academy

Transfer Station, Falcon (at Safeway), select trips to CS Downtown Terminal

M-F: AM/PM,
Sat: None,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
Was an AM/PM peak hours route that offered services

to Falcon. (Route was later cut)

E3 - Union Town Center Express CS Downtown Terminal, Woodmen P&R (Park & Ride), Woodmen Rd.,

Chapel Hills Mall (P&R - Near Dillard's), Union Town Center

M-F: AM/PM,
Sat: None,
Sun: None,
Eve: None.
Was an AM/PM peak hours route that offered services to

the Union Town Center from various points. (Route was later cut)

60 (Front Range Express - FREX) Colorado Springs: Downtown, P&R.
Monument: P&R,

Castle Rock: P&R (Near the Outlet Mall),
Denver: DTC, DT, Elitch Gardens.

Scattered,
Sat: None
FREX Website (Route was later cut)

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