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Ride City of Greeley Buses for Free Through Aug. 31, Enter to Win Prizes


Reduce your carbon footprint and enter a drawing to win prizes by riding City of Greeley buses and taking alternative modes of transportation.

Fare-Free Summer

There’s no charge to ride city buses on all routes from now through Aug. 31 as part of the state’s Zero Fare program: This includes the Poudre Express connecting Greeley with stops in Windsor and Fort Collins. Buses are equipped with bike racks for added convenience. Bus stops are conveniently located near parks, city recreation centers, outdoor pools, and splash parks. These locations make it handy for recreational opportunities, particularly for students on summer break. Visit for route information.

Win Prizes

Taking alternative modes of transportation pays off in more ways than one through August. Commit to bike, walk, take public transit, carpool, vanpool, or telework as part of a regional summer challenge. You’ll be entered into a prize drawing if you log at least four trips a month in June, July, and August. Details and registration at

Bike to Work Day June 28

The city will host the annual event that includes free breakfast stations and after-hours options for riders heading to and home from work. For more information, visit

Photo of Poudre Express attached: There’s no charge for riding City of Greeley’s buses through Aug. 31. That includes the Poudre Express route connecting Greeley, Windsor, and Fort Collins.



Release Date:
Jun 2, 2023

Hanna Johnson, Public Works Mobility Services coordinator


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1000 10th Street
Greeley, Colorado 80631


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