Greeley / Evans Transit

City of Greeley

 
Data Provided By
United Way of Weld County
General Information
Description of ServiceFares and passes
Day Passes:
◾Adults (19+): $4.50
◾Seniors and GET Discount Card: $2.25
Discount Eligibility card-
This card allows seniors and individuals with disabilities to take advantage of discounted fares. These cards can be obtained at the GET office at 1200 A Street.
◾Seniors need to show a photo ID and proof of birth date.
◾Those with disabilities need to show a photo ID & physician's certificate or Medicare Card as proof of disability.

Fixed Route Passes:
Fixed Route Passes offer unlimited rides. Purchase yours at one of our two convenient locations:
◾Greeley-Evans Transit, 1200 A Street
◾Greeley City Hall, 1000 10th Street

Discount Pass:
Our ticket books offer significant savings. All persons with valid Paratransit ID may ride the Fixed route service for free.

20 ride pass:
Purchase at the Greeley-Evans Transit office, Greeley City Hall, Evans City Hall, all King Soopers and Safeway stores, and the Greeley Senior Center.
◾Adult: $27.00
◾Senior: $13.50
◾Persons with disabilities: $13.50

31 day pass:
Purchase at the Greeley-Evans Transit office, Greeley City Hall, Evans City Hall, all King Soopers and Safeway stores, and the Greeley Senior Center.
◾Adult: $50.00
◾Senior: $20.00
◾Persons with disabilities: $20.00
◾Medicare card holders: $20.00

90 day pass:
Purchase at the Greeley-Evans Transit office or at Greeley City Hall,.
◾Adult: $120.00
◾Senior: $48.00
◾Persons with disabilities: $48.00
◾Medicare card holders: $48.00

Annual passes:
◾Adult: $240.00
◾Senior: $92.00
◾Persons with disabilities: $92.00
◾Medicare card holders: $92.00

Student Passes:
◾Education pass $64.00 per semester (Aims and IBMC)
◾University of Northern Colorado students may use a valid UNC ID card for fare pass

Ride free with a student ID:
Get a free ride to school, to activities, or back home.
To ride, show the driver a state issued ID or a current school year student ID for any elementary, middle, or high school (including District 6 GAP students) in Greeley or Evans.
Urgent Services ProvidedIn addition to fixed bus routes to the community, Greeley-Evans Transit also provides special services.

Paratransit:
We provide door-to-door service for persons who qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

To qualify, a Paratransit application must be completed. This form is available in one of three ways:
◾Visit the Greeley-Evans Transit office at 1200 A Street
◾By calling us at 970-350-9290
◾Online: Paratransit Application

To schedule a Paratransit ride, please call 970-350-9290 during our office hours:
◾Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
◾Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Our Paratransit Service operates during these hours:
◾Monday through Friday, 6:15 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
◾Saturday, 6:15 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Service animals are allowed to accompany riders. A personal care attendant may travel with a Paratransit rider who is unable to travel alone. Eligible riders may travel with a guest. Let the dispatcher know if a guest will be accompanying you. The fare for a guest is the same as for the ADA eligible rider.

Call-N-Ride:
Evenings
This is a door-to-door service and is available to the general public after normal fixed route and Paratransit hours end.

Monday through Saturday until 8:30 p.m.
Cash Fare: $3.00 (for each one-way trip)

You may also use your:
◾Paratransit pass or Paratransit single-ride ticket
Sundays

This door-to-door bus service is available to the general public from 7:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. on Sundays.
◾Trips must be scheduled by noon each Friday
◾To schedule a ride call 970-350-9290
◾The dispatch office is closed on Sundays

Travel training:
Travel Training is designed to teach safe and independent travel on a public transit system.

Travel Training will focus on the fixed route bus system and teach the skills needed to navigate around the community with confidence and ease. A Travel Trainer will help participants experience and understand public transportation.

To assist seniors and people with disabilities who are interested in using our bus system but aren’t quite sure how to, Greeley-Evans Transit will provide free classes in Travel Training.

To schedule Travel Training please contact Ulysses Torres at 970-350-9281 or Ulysses.Torres@Greeleygov.com

Regional transportation:
Express Arrow
◾Bus stop and ticket counter is located at 1200 A Street
◾Find information at the Express Arrow website or by calling 970-336-4212
LocationWeld County
Geographical AreaGreeley, Evans,
TerritoryWeld
Intake ProcedureWalk in to the Greeley-Evans Transit office or Greeley City Hall to purchase discount passes or tickets
Intake RequirementsSenior citizens should bring proof of birth date and a photo I.D.; Individuals with disabilities should bring a physician's certificate or Medicare card as proof of a medical condition or disability, and a photo ID
Helpful TipsGreeley City Hall is located at:
1000 10th Street
Greeley, CO 80631
 
Client Information
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Fees or Charges
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Contact Information
 
Contact's Name Lori Bernal
Contact's Phone (970) 350-9829
Contact's Email lori.bernal@greeleygov.com
Physical Site Address 1 1200 A St
Physical Site City, State, Zip Greeley, CO 80631
Main Phone (970) 350-9287
Fax (970) 350-9285
Web Address www.greeleygov.com/theBus
 
Additional Information
SourceWeld
 
 
Affiliated Agency, Programs, and Services
Affiliated Agency: City of Greeley
Affiliated Program: City of Greeley
This Service: Greeley / Evans Transit
 
Taxonomy Postings
Posted to Categories: Discount Programs (BM-1700)
Local Transit Passes (BT-8500.1000)