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Assistance
- Do you need a little extra help getting around town? Contact us for assistance at 970.221.6620.

Wheelchair Access
- All buses are wheelchair accessible. Contact a Customer Service Representative at 970.221.6620 to see if traveling from the stop closest to your destination is also accessible. - Special service is also provided for ADA eligible patrons. Contact Dial-A-Ride at 970.224.6066 for more information.


Bike-n-Ride: Transfort is Bicycle Friendly

Transfort provides more space for bicycles on transit vehicles than most transit providers. Find out how to ride the bus with your bike or leave your bike at transit stops and stations below.

Bike accommodations at MAX Stations

MAX riders are encouraged to ride their bicycles to MAX stations and use the ample bike parking available. Racks are located on and adjacent to stations. The Downtown MAX stations have custom bicycle racks, thanks to the UniverCity Connections Transit and Mobility task force.

Bike n' Ride Shelters at the STC & Mountain Station

In 2015, Transfort and the City's Parking Services Department opened two secure bicycle shelters; one at the South Transit Center and one in the Downtown Civic Center Parking Structure on Laporte and Mason. Bike n' Ride shelters are intended to provide long-term, secure and weather-protected bicycle storage for commuters making connections to and from local or regional transit routes. The structures are open-air with walls, a roof and a locked door to protect parked bicycles from theft, vandalism and the elements. Entry into the locked shelters will be limited to members who sign up for the program.

  • Interested in being a member? Annual Membership for the Bike n' Ride shelters is $20 plus a refundable $10 deposit. Sign-up at a Transit Center or call 221-6620 for more information.
  • Expansion plans in 2016! In 2016 Transfort and CSU plan to build two more Bike n' Ride shelters in Fort Collins, and integrate into Boulder County and RTD's network of Bike n' Ride shelters. Commuting by bike and bus has never been easier!

Bicycles & Transfort Buses

Transfort can help get you and your bike where you need to go! Transfort buses are equipped with racks on the front of the bus that can hold up to three bicycles. The larger MAX buses can hold four bicycles inside the bus - two standing and two hanging in racks at the rear of the bus. All racks are available on a first come, first serve basis.

On FLEX regional service buses, bikes may be allowed inside of the bus if the operator deems there is enough room.

If the bus bike racks are full, there is usually bicycle parking available next to the bus stop or station to accommodate your bicycle.


More Information

Bicycle parking is provided at most MAX stations and at many bus stops. Please park your bicycle in the designated racks. Bikes parked elsewhere in non-designated areas at transit stops are subject to removal.

Transfort provides more space for bicycles on transit vehicles than most transit providers and has developed a system to carry the most bikes that can be parked safely inside the MAX buses. If more bicycles were allowed inside the MAX buses, they would interfere with the safe loading and unloading of passengers. Also, certain areas are needed for wheelchairs.

Transfort will continue to seek innovative, safe ways to accommodate bicycles, and to provide bicycle racks at every MAX station. In response to concerns over how bikes were being accommodated on MAX, Transfort Initiated a Community Conversation in 2014. View results of that effort here.

Learn more about bicycling in Fort Collins at fcgov.com/bicycling.

Need to borrow a bicycle while in Fort Collins? Visit Zagster for a bike share information.


Learn how to load your bike on a Transfort bus.

250 N. Mason St.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970.221.6620

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