If you need help planning your trip, stop by the Pueblo Transit Center at 123 Court Street or call (719) 553-2727, Monday through Saturday, 6:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Route maps are also available online at www.pueblo.us/307/Transit-System-Map.
How to Ride
- Select your route. The map on the rider’s guide shows each of Pueblo Transit’s bus routes in a different color. Locate where you want to go on the map and select the route or routes that will take you there.
- Check the time schedule. Check the schedule on this guide for the route(s) you have chosen.
- Wait at the designated bus stop. Bus stops are clearly marked. Plan to be at your bus stop five (5) minutes before your bus is scheduled to arrive. In the interest of safety, operators will stop at designated stops only.
- Board the bus after others have exited. If you have difficulty boarding, ask the operator to lower the front steps of the bus or the wheelchair lift located in the rear doors of the coach.
- Pay your fare when you board. Drop the correct fare in the farebox or show your pass to the operator when you board. Please have exact fare; operators do not carry change.
- Request a transfer when you board. If you need to use more than one bus to reach your destination, deposit your fare when you board and ask the operator for a transfer. Transfers are used to continue a trip in the same direction only.
- Signal to exit the bus. When you are a block or two from your destination, signal the operator to stop by pushing the touch tape between the windows, or pulling the rope above the seat. Please remain seated until the bus comes to a complete stop. Exit the bus from the rear doors.
Fixed route service is not available on Sundays and the following national holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Riders can confirm schedule changes by calling 553-2727.
Bike N’ Ride
Enjoy the convenience of Pueblo Transit’s bike and ride program. The Bike N’ Ride service is available on all buses at no additional charge. Racks will hold two bicycles. If the bike rack is full, please wait for the next bus. The driver cannot leave the bus to help load or unload bicycles. You are responsible for fitting the bike securely on the rack and latching the rack into the upright position.
Where is the bus going?
The header display above the windshield on the bus shows the route name. Our newest buses feature an electronic header display.
Lost and Found
Lost and found items are housed at the Pueblo Transit Administrative offices at 350 Alan Hamel Ave for 5 working days. After 5 working days, these articles are disposed of. For information about your articles, call 553-2725, Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Comments? Compliments? Complaints?
We would be pleased to hear your comments, complaints or compliments and to help you get the most from our system and services.
- Be ready at the bus stop and be on time. Have your fare or pass ready.
- Pay the correct fare. Driver does not have change.
- Avoid distracting the driver or annoying other passengers with inappropriate behavior.
- Maintain acceptable standards of hygiene.
- No eating, drinking or smoking on board the bus.
- Shirts and shoes must be worn.
- No riding while under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs.
- No obscene language.
- No littering in the vehicle.
- No radio or other sound-generating equipment is to be played aloud aboard the vehicle. Headphones are permissible if music is not so loud that your fellow passengers, or the bus driver, can hear it.
- Limit carry on packages to 3. Packages must be transported on your lap or under your seat.
- Riders must not transport explosives, acids, flammable liquids or other hazardous material.
- Children must be removed from strollers before boarding.
- Service animals are welcome, as defined within ADA guidelines. Pets can only be boarded if they are in a pet carrier.
Pueblo Transit makes every effort to operate according to the schedule and routing as advertised. However, occasionally there are circumstances such as construction projects, traffic congestion, weather, passenger assistance and others that prevent us from maintaining the schedules. In no event shall Pueblo Transit be held liable for late operation or disruptions of service.