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Sustainable Transportation Program Updates

Bus Pass Deactivations 

March Deactivation Information
Bus passes began being deactivated on March 19, 2019, based on a list of over 25,000 cards that was sent to RTD. Unfortunantly, with a list this size that is based on various enrollment reports some errors have happened. Incorrect deactivations have mostly happened to students that took last semester off or where another student with the same name, which has graduated, was assigned the card of the active student. We now use a unique identifier to prevent this from happening and this seems to only be happening to students that have been at CU since 2016. The fastest way to resolve the issue is to visit the Buff OneCard office in C4C for a new card. It's not possible to reactivate a deactivated card. 

For further information or questions please e-mail buspass@colorado.edu with your name, student ID #, and the first 8 digits of your CollegePass

 

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Bus Program 

Buff Bus, HOP, and Stampede tracking available on Transit App
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.

Common Bus Pass Problems
The most common problems that we deal with include cards not assigned to the correct user, deactivated cards, and defective cards. The Buff OneCard office isn't able to research student card issues.  Pass Issuance and Replacement RTD College Passes are issued to incoming students upon move-in. If you need a bus pass and are a fee paying student, visit the Buff OneCard office in C4C. If you lost your card they can replace it for $10.

Bicycle Program 

Bike Stations Hours
The UMC bike station is open from 9-5, Monday through Friday. The Folsom station is closed and will reopen when the fall semester begins.

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