Steamboat Springs Transit
Welcome to Steamboat Springs, Colorado and the Free Bus System operated by Steamboat Springs Transit (SST).
SST moves more than one million riders a year and operates one of the most efficient rural transportation systems in the state.
Logging more than 620,000 annual miles from a pool of 40 full-time and seasonal drivers, SST utilizes 15 transit buses, four regional buses and one curb-to-curb paratransit shuttle to provide service to residents and guests.
Hop aboard and leave the driving to us. Thanks for riding the free bus!
Steamboat Springs Transit is taking dramatic steps to ensure the safety of our drivers and passengers during this unprecedented time.
Coronavirus presents a real challenge but through the hard work and dedication of SST staff along with the cooperation of our customers, an essential transportation link that so many rely on for work, medical needs, groceries and other trips continues to serve the community and northwest region of the state.
Procedures & Responsibilities
- All Passengers Must Wear Face Covering
- A properly worn mask completely covers the nose and mouth.
- Cloth masks should be made with two or more layers of a breathable fabric that is tightly woven (i.e., fabrics that do not let light pass through when held up to a light source).
- Mask should be secured to the head with ties, ear loops, or elastic bands that go behind the head. If gaiters are worn, they should have two layers of fabric or be folded to make two layers.
- Mask should fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face.
- Mask should be a solid piece of material without slits, exhalation valves, or punctures.
- Disinfecting Daily With Electrostatic Sprayer
- Bus Capacity is Currently Limited:
- 15 Passengers for Local Service
- 29 Passengers for Regional Service
- Physical Distancing Procedures In Place On All Buses
- Rear Door Loading And Unloading
Routes - Winter - Dec 6 to April 11, 2021
FREE fixed route service throughout the City of Steamboat Springs is provided year-round across town and between downtown and the ski resort mountain village. Schedule information is available on buses and in brochure racks as well as below. For information, call 970.879.3717.
Routes - Summer
Getting between Craig and Steamboat Springs is easy with SST and the regional service connecting Northwest Colorado together.
SST regional service provides two daily departures in the morning (5:15am & 6:15am) from Craig that travel through Hayden, Milner and Steamboat II before arriving in Steamboat Springs. In the afternoon, return service leaves Steamboat Springs again stopping in Steamboat II, Milner and Hayden before arriving in Craig at 4:25pm & 5:25pm.
Route Shout Interactive Map
Find the location of your bus in real time and estimated arrival and departure times.
STATEMENT OF RIGHTS
In accordance with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Steamboat Springs Transit does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, color, national origin, or gender. For more information about these statutes, or to file a complaint contact Steamboat Springs Transit's Designated Disability Rights and Title VI Coordinator:
Public Works Director
P.O. Box 775088 / 137 10th Street
Steamboat Springs CO
970-879-3717 or 1-800-659-2656
To ensure equality and fairness, the City of Steamboat Springs that operates Steamboat Springs Transit is committed to making reasonable modifications to its policies, practices and procedures to avoid discrimination and ensure programs and services are accessible to individuals with disabilities. Steamboat Springs Transit may allow the reasonable modification of its policies to accommodate the special needs of persons with disabilities in order to allow them to fully utilize our services as required by 49 CFR Part 37.5(i.3). Whenever possible a request for a reasonable modification or accommodation shall be filed/requested in advance by contacting us:
Jonathan Flint, Transit Manager, 970-879-3717 or email
Requests for reasonable modifications or accommodations will not be approved if the request would: fundamentally alter the nature of the service, program, or activity; create a direct threat to the health or safety of others; result in an undue financial and administrative burden; or the individual would still be able to fully use the services provided by Steamboat Springs Transit without the modification. Individuals with disabilities may file complaints regarding reasonable modification or accommodation below by completing the ADA complaint form or by contacting Alan Lind, the City of Steamboat Springs’ ADA Coordinator at 970- 879-2060 or email.