DENVER — The Colorado Department of Transportation will resume Bustang to Broncos service for the 2019-2020 football season, starting Monday, Aug. 19, for the game against the San Francisco 49ers at Broncos Stadium at Mile High.
This marks the fourth season of the service, and CDOT says it's been successful, and has seen full buses for all regular season games and most pre-season games. “The convenience of having a parking location close to the stadium and an arrival time about 90 minutes before kick-off gives fans a good amount of time to enjoy the pre-game events,” said CDOT's Bustang Operations Manager Mike Timlin.
The service also improves safety by reducing the number of vehicles, and potentially impaired drivers, on the highways coming through Denver on game days.
Pre-season service on the South Line will pick up and drop off fans in Colorado Springs and Monument.
Roundtrip fares are $30 per person, and all of the buses are climate controlled and include Wi-Fi, a restroom, USB and power outlets, wheelchair access, and comfortable seats.
You can see the full schedule for the service and buy tickets at the
Bustang to Broncos website