Commute Resources

Growing congestion and lengthy delays due to crashes prompted the construction of the I-25 South Gap project. As crews work to improve safety and travel reliability, we know construction can make the commute along I-25 between Colorado Springs and Denver challenging. This is why we want to help facilitate finding a commute that works best for you. Below are some resources available to help you, whether you are currently commuting or working from home.


Bustang’s South Line runs between Colorado Springs and Denver, providing a safe and comfortable ride while getting you out of the driver’s seat. After a hiatus due to COVID-19, Bustang returned with a modified schedule. Numerous measures are being implemented to sanitize buses and keep passengers and drivers safe, including:

  • Selected seats will be physically blocked to ensure proper social distancing (Bustang – 22 passengers maximum)
  • Face masks are required for drivers and passengers
  • Drivers will be issued additional Personal Protective Equipment
  • Passengers will be offered hand sanitizer wipes when boarding the bus
  • Buses will be cleaned and disinfected upon completion of each route and after completion of each day’s routes, including all seats, safety belt buckles, head rests (front and back) and armrests

Learn more about Bustang and efforts to maintain public safety.

WayToGo Telework Support

The best commute may be no commute at all. As more and more employees find themselves with the ability to work from home, DRCOG’s WayToGo program has great resources to support employers and employees alike. Learn more about DRCOG’s WayToGo program.