a division of Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc.
Ignacio / Durango:
Bayfield / Durango: $3.00
Ignacio / Aztec: $3.00
DIAL A RIDE $.50 per stop, per person
Monthly Passes / Unlimited Rides for a Month
Punch Passes/20 punches @1.50 per Zone
DIAL A RIDE: $ 8.00 (20 punch pass)
CHECK OUR SCHEDULES FOR DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL TIMES.
Children 11 years and younger ride free with a paying adult. Children weighing 40 lbs. or less and FOUR years of age or younger must ride in a car seat appropriate for their size that you provide. Click to get more information on car seat safety and the law.
Please Call:Office:(970)563-4545 or Dispatch (970)749-0223 for more Road Runner information.
Road Runner Transit connects the east side of La Plata County with medical services, jobs, education and shopping in Durango, the county seat and primary commercial center. This is a public transit system, available to anyone.
Primary transit routes operated:
The service was started in 1999 with major support from the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, and a federal grant managed by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). Its initial purpose was to increase mobility among seniors, and persons without cars or licenses. As gas prices have increased in recent years, many commuters have found that they can save money by riding the Road Runner.
The Road Runner now stops at the new Mercy Medical Center (on request only), and links with Durango Transit there and at other points in Durango.
Route Deviations: Persons with disabilities who need to be picked up off the main route, please call 563-4545 the day before your planned trip. The Road Runner will travel up to 3/4 mile off the main route to pick you up.