TOWN OF VAIL BUS INFORMATION
VAIL TRANSIT ADJUSTED ROUTES
MODIFIED WINTER SCHEDULE NO LONGER STOPS AT VAIL PUBLIC LIBRARY AND DOBSON ICE ARENA
Vail Transit will operate with a modified winter schedule that will include additional reductions in capacity and the doubling of buses on busy routes beginning Monday, Dec. 21, as efforts are taken to provide the highest and safest service levels possible. This will mean slight increases in service levels on some routes, adjustments on other routes and adoption of new guidelines issued by the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment which will limit ridership to 20 passengers per bus based on a revised calculation formula. The town had been carrying as many as 40 riders per bus based on an earlier 50% calculation model. Use of facemasks and other public health protocols will continue to be required.
As a result of the in-town route adjustment, walking will be required to reach pedestrian destinations along East and West Meadow Drive in Vail Village as well as the Vail Public Library and Dobson Ice Arena.
DIFFERENT WAYS TO ACCESS THE LIBRARY
The nearest public parking is in the Lionshead Parking Structure, less than 5 min. walk west of the library. You can also park at Vail Village Parking Structure, 15 min. walk east of the library.
There is no charge for parking during the summer. There is limited free parking during the ski season.
Choose from a variety of parking options that best meet your needs while parking in Winter.
Beginning Dec. 21, the in-town route which usually connects Golden Peak, Vail Village and Lionshead will be modified to a Frontage Road express route between Golden Peak and Lionshead.
Scheduled stops on the 30-minute loop will include:
- Golden Peak via Vail Village Drive
- Top deck of the Vail Transportation Center
- Vail Municipal Building/Vail Health Hospital
- West Lionshead Plaza
- Lionshead Transit Center
As a result of the in-town route adjustment, walking will be required to reach pedestrian destinations.
WALKING DISTANCE MAPS