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Bustang is back for Denver Bronco home games

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The Bustang is back to help some of southern Colorado's biggest Denver Broncos fans get to the home games.

Tickets are going fast for the service that picks up fans in Colorado Springs at several locations.

The pickups happens at the park and ride off Nevada and Tejon, the downtown Greyhound bus terminal, the park and ride at Woodmen and the park and ride in Monument.

A round trip ticket to the stadium and back is only $30 per person. 

Each Bustang coach is climate controlled and comes with wi-fi, restrooms, and USB outlets. The shuttle arrives at the stadium about an hour and a half prior to kick off. The return trip starts 30 minutes after the end of the game.

The shuttle for the home opener leaves the Tejon park and ride location at 4:50 p.m.

There are 3 lines to choose from depending on whether you are traveling to Denver from Fort Collins, Colorado Springs or Glenwood Springs.

For more information and details on how to purchase tickets, visit https://www.ridebustang.com/

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