Route 6 goes from the Colorado State University Transit Center to Swallow Station via Mulberry Street and Taft Hill Road, and Route 7 goes from the CSU Transit Center to Rigden Farm via Shields Street and Drake Road.
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Creativity, expertise and professional connections deployed almost 900 stations around the CSU campuses.
The Facilities Management team has worked with faculty members and members of the University’s COVID-19 Pandemic Preparedness Team to heighten the indoor air quality in buildings on all campuses.
Fewer residents moving in at the same time since the schedule has been expanded, and there will be no closed streets, no detours, and plenty of accessible parking for unloading.
Transfort is looking for community input to help guide its decision making about the future of transit service in Fort Collins.
Contact tracing is one of an arsenal of tools used by CSU’s public health office to quickly identify and contain potential cases of COVID-19.
Get Back on the Bike was built specifically for interested but concerned employees who would like formal training and support for their bicycle commute.
The Horn will operate normal summer level service, which leaves the CSU Transit Center approximately every 20 minutes.
Paid parking and enforcement on the Foothills Campus will begin Jan. 1, 2021, instead of the planned Aug. 1, 2020, start date. Permits will be available for purchase in December.
There has been one bright spot in the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic: A nearly empty Colorado State University campus for the past three months has allowed construction projects to continue unobstructed.