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Greeley-Evans Transit

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GET Transit (Greeley-Evans Transit)
Greeley-Evans Transit Logo.png
Headquarters1200 A Street
LocaleGreeley, Colorado
Service areaGreeley, Colorado, Evans, Colorado
Service typePublic Transportation
Routes8
Fuel typeDiesel & CNG
Websitegreeleyevanstransit.com

Greeley-Evans Transit, known by the moniker of GET, is the public transportation agency that primarily serves the cities of Greeley, Evans and Garden City. Six local routes are provided from Monday to Saturday, with dial-a-ride available on Sundays and after fixed route service ends. The Boomerang, the free campus shuttle for the University of Northern Colorado is also operated by the agency. Over the past few years the bus system has made significant improvements which have included increased frequencies, increased hours and new routes. In addition to this, new technology has been added to make it easier to ride the bus system such as RouteShout and GETrax which can be found on the website. On January 2, 2020, a regional service called the Poudre Express started service between Greeley and Fort Collins via Windsor.[1]

Route list

  • Route 1 - Aims College/10th Street/FunPlex
  • Route 2 - East Greeley/Evans/Greeley Mall
  • Route 3 - Downtown/Island Grove/Friendly Village/Greeley Mall
  • Route 4 - Downtown/Hospital/Cottonwood Square/Greeley Mall
  • Route 5 - Downtown /University Center/Greeley Mall
  • Route 6 - Human Services/O Street
  • Poudre Express Regional - Greeley/Windsor/Fort Collins
  • UNC Boomerang

References

  1. ^ Duggan, Kevin. "Poudre Express bus service to connect Fort Collins, Windsor and Greeley". The Coloradoan. Retrieved 2020-10-14.

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This page was last edited on 18 October 2020, at 15:53
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