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Welcome to our Sustainable Transportation program. Discover transportation options to get around campus sustainably and find answers to any transportation questions.
The Bike Stations may close on days the AQI (Air Quality Index) reaches <100 and will definitely be closed on days the AQI reaches 150.
Check the daily AQI here.
If you are an under 20-year-old student born on or after August 29, 2003, currently paying the Transit Pass fee, you are eligible to have this fee waived by participating in Zero Fare for Youth program, see our bus page for more information.
Starting on September 1, the Buff OneCard ID will be used as a transit pass for all enrolled CU students and benefited employees. CU is no longer issuing CollegePasses or EcoPasses. You will use your Buff OneCard the same way that you previously used your CollegePass with a simple tap on the reader as you board the bus.
Real-time location tracking for CU Boulder’s Buff Buses is now available via the Transit app, the same mobile app where you can track RTD and HOP buses, B-Cycle and more. The Transit Mobile App is available for free at mobile app stores.