Aspen to roll out summer parking, transit on June 13 | AspenTimes.com

Aspen to roll out summer parking, transit on June 13

Staff report

The city of Aspen will begin ts summer transit schedule June 13.

Here are the details:

— Free shuttles — All free Aspen shuttles begin their summer schedule June 13, including the seasonal Cross Town Shuttle.

— Burlingame bus route — Effective June 13, the Burlingame route will operate on a new schedule, departing Rubey Park at 20 minutes past the hour and departing Burlingame Ranch at 35 minutes past the hour.

— Aspen parking — Saturday paid parking takes effect June 13; Sundays and holidays are free.

— Free parking — Free Night Out parking is available in the Rio Grande Parking Plaza from 6 p.m. to 3 a.m. all days of the week.

— Carpools — Carpools of two or more adults may pick up a free carpool parking permit at the Airport Parking Kiosk on weekdays between 6 a.m. and 11 a.m. Visit http://www.commuterconnect.net for help with locating carpool partners.

— Car and bike sharing — WE-cycle, Aspen’s bike transit service is now open for the season, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. WE-cycle bikes are available for quick, in-town trips and as a great way to connect to and from other transit. One-hundred bicycles available at 16 stations around Aspen. Day and season sasses available at stations or at WE-cycle.org or 970-205-9222.

— Car to Go, Aspen’s carshare program, offers members access to a fleet of nine vehicles for a low hourly and per mile rate. Visit http://www.cartogo.com for more information.

Bike to Work Day — Cyclists of all levels are invited to attend the annual Bike to Work Day event from 7 to 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 24, at Paepcke Park.

For more details on bus route and schedule information, call 970-925-8484.


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