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 services are 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. Check out our popular annual programs, Bike to Work Day and Go-Tober!

I-25 MyWay launches

In another effort to improve traveler and worker safety along the 18-mile long construction zone of Interstate 25 between Monument and Castle Rock, rush-hour travelers now can help maximize their commute time by taking advantage of I-25 MyWay, a new partnership between the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Denver Regional Council of Governments. I-25 MyWay is offering transit, vanpool and carpool incentives to commuters willing to try a new mode of transportation between Colorado Springs and Denver.

More than 3,000 metro area riders try winter biking

Friday, Feb. 8 was International Winter Bike to Work Day 2019, and Colorado dominated the world leader board! The day was bitter cold and due to a storm two days previous the streets were snow-packed: Despite that, riders braved the weather to get their early-morning cardio in and get their blood moving. While Way to Go estimates that many riders rode other days due to the weather, the high pledge participation is a testament to the rising profile of biking as a commute choice for Coloradans year-round. Around 3,600 committed to riding, with nearly 4,000 making the pledge statewide.

Bustang adds service to Denver Tech Center

Bustang, the Colorado Department of Transportation’s interregional express bus service, begins service between Colorado Springs and the Denver Tech Center (DTC) Monday, Dec. 17, 2018. In addition to serving one of the largest employment centers along the Front Range, expanding the number of trips between the two cities will help to relieve commuter traffic along Interstate 25, including the 18-mile Gap segment currently under construction between Monument and Castle Rock.