Getting To, From and Around

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 Summit Stage logoSummit Stage offers free public bus service throughout Summit County, Colorado, providing service to ski areas, lodging, town centers, retail areas, medical centers, and some residential areas. Transfers can be made at Breckenridge Station, located at 150 Watson Avenue at the base of the Breck Connect Gondola.

bus iconUpper Warriors Mark Shuttle Service provides transportation from 7:30am to 11am. This service is provided by Peak One Express. 

bus colored icon Many lodges and accommodations offer free shuttle service within Breckenridge. Please inquire from your property management company. 

zipcar_logo small email Zipcar, a car sharing network, is partnering with the Town of Breckenridge to bring its “wheels when you want them” membership service to area residents, businesses and visitors.

I-70 Corridor – Denver/Grand Junction - Bustang and Greyhound Bus Lines:

Bustang, the interregional Express Bus service from the Colorado Department of Transportation, connects commuters to Denver & along the I-70 corridor and makes commuting as simple as saddling up to ride Colorado’s big purple bus.  

Greyhound services Frisco on a daily basis. The Greyhound ticket office and bus stop is located within the Frisco Transit Center (Summit Stage). For fare, stops, and schedule information, call (800) 231-2222.

Vail and Beaver Creek:

There are many providers which will service group rides to and from Vail and Beaver Creek. There is currently no free shuttle service operating between these towns.

Fairplay, Alma:

Currently we are unaware of any scheduled service to/from Breckenridge other than taxi. 

Late Night Service:

There are two different taxi services - (970) 513-1111 or (970) 453-8294 

Going Car-less:

Check out these tips for going 'car-less' in our community.  

 

 

The information provided on this page is intended as an informational courtesy. The Free Ride does not guarantee the information or make any endorsement of the service providers listed.