The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority, better known as RFTA (or “RAF-ta”) not only can get you all around Aspen quickly and easily, but all up and down the Roaring Fork Valley as well.
RFTA CITY OF ASPEN ROUTES
Departs Rubey Park at :06 & :36
The Burlingame transit route provides FREE service from Rubey Park to the Burlingame Ranch housing development via Highway 82 among all stops along Highway 82.
The Burlingame route runs daily from 7–11am and 3–7pm. It departs Burlingame Ranch at :15 and :45 from 6:45am–10:45am and 3:15pm–6:45pm. It departs Ruby Park at :25 and :55 from 7:25am–10:55am and 2:55pm–6:55pm.
Please Note: This bus departs Rubey Park from the south side of Durant St. This bus connects with down-valley buses via the Buttermilk Stop onHwy 82.
The Castle/Maroon bus provides access to West Main Street, Aspen Valley Hospital, the Aspen Chapel, The Senior Services Building, Aspen District Schools Campus, the James E. Moore Pool, and Aspen Highlands Ski Area.
The Castle/Maroon route runs Monday through Friday from 7:40am until 12:00am from Rubey Park, and Monday through Friday from 7:20am until 11:40pm from Highlands.
Outbound: Departs Rubey Park at :00, :20 and :40 past each hour.
Departs Castle Ridge at :07, :27 and :47 past each hour.
Inbound: Departs Aspen Highlands at :00, :20 and :40 past each hour.
Departs Castle Ridge/Aspen Valley Hospital at :05, :25 and :45 past each hour.
The Cemetery Lane bus route runs from 7:30am to 12:00am on Monday through Saturday. It runs from 9:00am to 9:00pm on Sundays.
The Cemetery Lane bus provides access to West Main Street and the Rio Grande Trail. If you would like to take a scenic walk in conjuction with a bus ride. Try taking the Cemetery Lane bus to Red Butte Drive and return to Aspen on the scenic Rio Grande Trail.
The Hunter Creek bus route runs from 7:25am to 12:00am on Monday through Saturday. It runs from 9:00am to 9:00pm on Sundays.
The Hunter Creek bus provides access to the Post Office, Clark’s Market, the Rio Grande Trail, the Aspen Art Museum, Hunter Creek and Centennial Condos, City Market and the Silver Queen Gondola.
Dial-a-Ride serves residential areas in Mountain Valley and Stillwater, north of Highway 82. Cash fare is $1.00. Punch passes offering a 25% discount are available at Rubey Park. Service is available every :30.
Dial a Ride service is from 7:30am– 12:00am: Monday – Saturday and from 9:00am– 9:00pm on Sundays.
Outbound: Departs Rubey Park at :15 and :45 past each hour.
Inbound: Departs Lupine Drive at :00 and :30 past each hour.
Visit ridedowntowner.com for to download the app and find out about FREE rides.
WE-cycle is open and now serving Aspen, Basalt, Willits, and El Jebel. With 190 Bikes and 43 stations, WE-cycle is here when you need it. Visit we.cycle.org for more info.