Mountain Metro Transit's College Pass Program
What is it?
How much does it cost?
Students pay a Bus Pass Fee of $10 per semester as part of their tuition and fees. $5 pays for basic service, and $5 supports Route #40.
When can I use the service?
Students can ride on Mountain Metro Transit buses year-round for both college and non-college related travel. Bus service on Route 40 is limited to the fall and spring semesters.
How do I ride?
Students can plan their trips using the smartphone application Google Maps. You can also visit Student Life to pick up pocket maps and route brochures. For new riders, visit Mountain Metro Transit's How to Ride webpage.
***What is changing with Route #40 for the Summer and Fall Semesters 2020?
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, bus service on Route #40 will not run for the Summer Semester 2020 but will resume for Fall Semester 2020.
The route will be expanded to serve the Center for Healthcare Education & Simulation (CHES) at 1850 Cypress Semi Drive, Colorado Springs, CO. Route #40 already travels between the Voyager Transfer Center (VTC) and the Rampart Range Campus (RRC).
Weekday service on Route 40 will reduce to 10.5 hours. The route will now operate Monday-Friday from 7:34 AM to 5:28 PM. Here is the travel time for two different trips.
- RRC to CHES (one-way): 7 minutes outbound, 33 minutes inbound
- VTC to RRC (one-way): 9 minutes outbound, 29 minutes inbound
Can I bring my bicycle on the bus?
Mountain Metro Transit buses can accommodate up to two bicycles. If the bike rack is full, please wait for the next bus.
How did this program come about?
The Office of Sustainability championed this program after hearing from students about the financial burden of paying $63 for a 31-day bus ticket. The Office negotiated with PPCC leadership and Mountain Metro Transit for four years to provide this service.
Why Should I Take the Bus?
Reduce your carbon footprint.