Take a Ride on the Breckenridge Shuttle

By on October 14, 2014

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Breckenridge ShuttleTake a free ride on the Shuttle Service in Breckenridge, CO. The Brown Route at Breck Station is conveniently equipped with bio-diesel hybrid buses that keep the environment clean with low emissions. These green vehicles are also wheel chair accessible, providing convenience for all of its citizens.

Tourists and locals always have concerns about getting to the popular points of an attraction. People going out in the evenings and those early morning risers want convenient transportation. Breckenridge shuttle service also makes it easy for skiers to get around resorts. The Breckenridge Shuttle is a part of the hospitality of the Breckenridge community. This is a combined effort of the resort and the city. Schedules are shown online for the convenience of riders. The online site also has an interactive link. Bus routes take customers right through the Breckenridge Historic District, offering great site seeing opportunities.

Use the Breckenridge shuttle and leave your car behind. This free public transportation takes visitors of all ages, all over Breckenridge, with stopping points at convenient places. Stops are located near shopping centers, restaurants and resort points for skiing. During certain periods, buses have a towing mechanism for bicycles. This is of course, at the owner’s risk. Bikes are not allowed inside the bus and the owner loads and unloads his or her own bike.

Breck Shuttle LogoBreckenridge shuttle is operated safely and stays to its schedule while considering road and weather conditions. If reaching other points in Summit County, the free system allows customers to connect with Summit Stage. This service takes customers beyond Breckenridge. The Summit Stage is a year round service, providing transport to other local towns and resort areas.

Service dogs are allowed to ride the bus but other pets are at the discretion of the driver. People with small lap pets or pets in small containers may, at the discretion of the driver carry pets on the conveyance. If pets are barking and out of control, showing a problem for other passengers, the rider with the pet will be asked to leave the vehicle.