Transportation Information and Commuting Tips
Whether you are a commuter making your way to a transit hub, a student heading home from basketball practice or a resident traveling to a doctor’s appointment, the Superior Call-n-Ride can get you there. It will run from 5:30am – 7pm Monday through Friday and will not run on weekends and holidays. A one-way regular fare is $2.60, and a one-way discount fare is $1.30. Discount fares apply to seniors (65+), individuals with disabilities, Medicare recipients and elementary, middle and high school students, ages 6-19. Children up to 5 years of age ride free with a fare paying adult. Book your seat here!
Commuting Solutions is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to delivering innovative transportation options that connect commuters to their workplaces, businesses to their employees, and residents to their communities. Our public-private membership coalition consists of 76 private sector businesses and seven local governments between Westminster and Longmont. Together, we advocate for transportation improvements and set the pace for the northwest metro region. Sign up to get the latest Commuting Solutions news and updates delivered to your inbox.
Regional Transportation District (RTD) provides bus and light rail service throughout the Denver metropolitan area. For everyday commutes or specialty rides, you can get where you’re going fast and hassle-free. You’ll save money on gas as well as wear and tear on your car and your patience. Superior is home to the US 36 and McCaslin Station, located next to Whole Foods in the Superior Marketplace. Bus services include the Flatiron Flyer, Regional Bus Rapid Transit service along US 36 with routes to Boulder, Denver Union Station, Anshultz Medical Campus and Civic Center Station; and SkyRide service, a one-seat ride to Denver International Airport. As well as Local Route 228 which travels from South Boulder Rd. and Garfield to the US 36 and Broomfield Station and stops in Superior at Rock Creek Parkway and South 88th Street. For schedules and route maps, visit www.rtd-denver.com or contact RTD at 303-299-6000.
Way to Go is a regional partnership between the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) and a dedicated group of Transportation Management Associations (TMAs). We are working together to reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality, and make life better for the region’s residents. They offer real-life solutions helping commuters save money, experience less stress, and save time, free of charge. If you’re an employer who wants to attract and retain the best employees by offering progressive and friendly commute options, we’re here to help. Visit waytogo.org or call 303-458-7665. My Way to Go, is an innovative web-based trip planning tool and regional rideshare database. This tool is a one-stop shop that allows commuters to easily compare trip options.
Interactive Map: Bike 36 -This map is made possible through a collaborative effort with Longmont, Boulder, Boulder County, Louisville, Superior, Lafayette, Broomfield, Arvada and Westminster governments as well as Way to Go, Esri and Commuting Solutions.