Sustainable Transportation Mission
We strive to get students out of cars and into a better mode of transportation such as on a bike, bus, carpool, foot, skateboard, or a combination of those. If you have any questions or ideas please don't hesitate to e-mail us. To the right are various modes of transportation that we support; try to find out which mode is best suitable for your lifestyle and needs.

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Sustainable Transportation Program Updates

Bus Pass Deactivation

Spring Bus Pass Deactivation Information
For students that weren't enrolled in Fall 17, but returned for the Spring 18 semester, their bus passes have been permanently deactivated. It's not possible to reactivate these cards. To get a new and active bus pass a student will need to visit the Buff OneCard office in C4C and purchase a replacement pass for $10. The contract with RTD requires that all students who aren't enrolled for classes must have their passes deactivated. For further information or questions please e-mail

Bus Program 

Real-Time Local Bus Tracking and Arrival Predictions
Available Now Bus tracking and arrival predictions for the Buff Bus, HOP, and Late Night Transit bus routes available at or download the CU Bus Tracker app for free in the App Store (iOS) and Google Play (Android).  All RTD local buses also have real-time and arrival prediction. 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 

Upcoming Cycling Workshops
We have two workshops coming up to get you ready for riding season. Join us for: Commuting By Bike 4/11/19 at 6pm and the Women, Trans*, Femme Cycling Workshop 4/19/18 at 7pm. More details can be found here .

Store your bike for the summer
Heading home for the summer and don't know what to do with your bike? Store it with us! Basic storage is $10, $30 with a tune up. We will be accepting bikes for storage on May 4th at the UMC Bike Station, and May7-9 at the UMC Bike Station, Kittredge West, and Stearns West. Cash and checkd accepted, first come, first served. Contact us at with questions.

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