Fall 2022 Proposed Service Changes
Mountain Metropolitan Transit will conduct public meetings digitally for proposed service changes for fall 2022. Please read the proposal, view the video presentation, and take the survey using the links below. Public input will be considered prior to a final decision.
How to give your input
Public comments will be accepted through August 7, 2022 and can be submitted by:
In accordance with the ADA, anyone requiring an auxiliary aid to participate in these meetings should make the request no later than August 4, 2022. Citizens who are deaf may also use 711 to arrange for an accommodation.
Mountain Metro is hositng a virtual public process through March 10, 2022. Participants can view the video presentation, take the survey, and leave comments using the links below.
- View the Proposed Spring 2022 Service Change Brochure
- View the Spring 2022 Digital Public Meeting Presentation
- View the Spring 2022 Service Change Proposal
How to give your input
Comments will be accepted through March 10, 2022.
Public comments can also be submitted by:
In accordance with the ADA, anyone requiring an auxiliary aid to participate in these meetings should make the request no later than March 8, 2022. Citizens who are deaf may also use 711 to arrange for an accommodation.
- View the Fall 2021 Digital Public Meeting
- View the Fall 2021 Service Change
- View the proposed Fall 2021 Service Changes Brochure
Final Fall 2021 Service Changes
Beginning Sunday, September 26, Mountain Metro will implement part of our fall 2021 service change package. Due to a shortage of available bus drivers, the remaining service changes will be implemented when conditions improve. The changes being implemented Sunday, September 26, include:
- Route 37 (Hancock Plaza – Colorado Springs Airport): Convert new Route 37 serving the Amazon facility and the Colorado Springs Airport from an express service to a full-service route with additional trips and stops, and ADA paratransit service. Route 37 will be operating as a full-service route, on a Saturday schedule, seven days a week.
- Route 11 (World Arena – PPCC): MMT will address long-standing on-time performance issues experienced by Route 11 on Saturdays and Sundays.
The following approved fall 2021 service improvements will be delayed until bus driver staffing levels improve:
- Route 22 (Southborough via Murray Blvd) – Add Sunday service
- Route 23 (Galley Rd - Blvd) – Add Sunday service
Reminder: As approved through the spring 2021 service change process, Route 33 (Incline/Cog Shuttle) will stop operating at 6:00 p.m. in the off-season (late September through late April), effective Sunday, September 26, 2021. Also, Route 36 (Manitou Avenue Shuttle) will go out of service for the season after completing its trips on Saturday, September 25, 2021.
Note: Route 25 weekday schedule adjustments will also go into effect on September 26; however, this Route will continue its Saturday level service on weekdays until driver staffing improves
Note: While the Route 37 service improvements will begin this Sunday, September 26, the new routing that is indicated on the new public timetable will not be operated until November 1 at the earliest, as construction in Peak Innovation Park is still ongoing. Until then, Route 37 will continue operating its current routing, shown below.
This service change will be delayed until local COVID conditions improve and PPCC resumes more in-person classes.
- Revisions to Rt. 40, Voyager Pkwy-PPCC Rampart:
- Extend Rt. 40 north to PPCC’s Healthcare Education and Simulation Campus (CHES)
- Operates only when Pikes Peak Community College classes are in session during Fall and Spring semesters
- Reduces hours of operation from 12 hours a day to 10 hours a day
- Start date - To Be Determined