Way to Go provides reliable, easy, environmentally-friendly, no-nonsense commuting options to Denver area commuters.

We offer real-life solutions helping commuters save money, experience less stress, and save time, so they can focus more on the things they enjoy. Our programs successfully serve as a catalyst for change, encouraging people to move out of their comfort zone and try a new approach to commuting. We create reliable, flexible, win/win solutions.

What's Your Mode to Go? Bike Lanes

In the midst of the June 24 festivities for Way to Go’s Bike to Work Day, dignitaries from the U.S. 36 Corridor joined CDOT Director Shailen Bhatt in the ribbon cutting ceremony, officially opening the first phase for the new bikeway. Phase 1 runs along U.S. 36 from 80th Avenue in Westminster to Interlocken Boulevard in Broomfield, with the second phase connecting to Table Mesa Drive in Boulder, scheduled to be completed in early 2016.

Bustang Service Begins

On July 13, CDOT launched “Bustang,” a new inter-regional express bus service connecting Denver’s Union Station (DUS) with Ft. Collins (6xday), Colorado Springs (7xday) and Glenwood Springs (1xday). The new service operates Monday thru Friday on luxury coach liners equipped with restrooms, bike racks, free wifi, power outlets and USB ports. The public can purchase tickets, check schedules and view routes online at www.bustang.com or on the mobile app available for free download on either iOS or Android platforms. One-way fares:
  • Ft. Collins to DUS = $10