How to Ride
Track Your Bus
The District has brought real-time bus tracking and live predictions of all bus routes through Transit App. The app can be downloaded through the Apple App Store or Google Play. You can also view real-time predictions online here.
TTD is offering zero-fare service on all transit routes to make travel safer in response to COVID-19 by eliminating fare exchanges between transit operators and riders. This accelerated roll-out of TTD’s planned transition to a zero-fare program is intended to assist the community during this difficult time and enable passengers and operators to minimize risks by following the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) social distancing guidelines.
All passengers are required to wear a face covering on transit buses and in transit facilities to help slow the spread of COVID-19. All face coverings must cover the passenger’s nose and mouth.
This requirement is consistent with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations to wear face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
Face coverings should:
- Fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face
- Be secured with ties or ear loops
- Include multiple layers of fabric
- Allow for breathing without restriction
- Be able to be laundered and machine dried without damage or change to the shape
Carry-on Item Policy
Operators cannot assist passengers with carry-on items. In general, carry-on items are limited to what can easily be contained and controlled by the passenger and/or companion(s). Items too large or too numerous to be reasonably controlled, carried or handled by a passenger are prohibited. In general, packages with a combined weight of no more than 30 pounds are welcome. All items must be stowed out of the aisles or walkways, may not be placed in unoccupied seats and must remain within the passenger’s immediate control. Hazardous materials or firearms are prohibited from the buses and transit facilities. Operators may refuse to transport carry-on items.
If you see a snowflake symbol at your bus stop, it indicates that the stop may be bypassed when the District is operating a snow route also known as a winter weather detour.
The Route 55 snow route bypasses the Herbert Ave/Red Lake Rd (Kelly Ridge) bus stop #1009.
Route 22 has two snow routes depending on road conditions:
- Olympic Court Snow Route – bypasses all stops along the one-way portion of Tramway Drive and Quaking Aspen Lane.
- Ski Court Snow Route – bypasses all stops along Tramway Drive and Quaking Aspen Lane, except #5051 Tramway Drive/Tina Court and #4303 Tramway Drive/SR 207
Bring Your Bike
Bicycles may be transported on all TTD fixed and commuter express routes, if the bus in service is equipped with a bike rack. If the bike rack is full, bicycles may be transported inside the bus only if there is space available and it is the final boarding of that stop for the day. For more info, download the full Passenger Policies guide at the top of the page.
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