ECO Transit’s new bus schedule available
Ryan Summerlin December 4, 2012
EAGLE COUNTY, Colorado – With the changeover to winter service, ECO Transit has debuted a new pocket map and schedule for passengers. It includes maps of all areas served by the transit system and numbered bus stops correlating to stops on the time schedule. The pocket schedule is intended to help visitors and first-time riders find the information they need to easily navigate the ECO Transit system.
In an effort to simplify the pocket schedule, all routes are color-coded and while all stops are shown on the maps, only major stops are listed with stop times. To determine when a bus will arrive at additional stops, passengers can view the time of the closest major stop prior to theirs and add a small amount of time. A QR code on the pocket schedule allows passengers with smart phones to quickly access the full schedule, including all stops and times, at www.eaglecounty.us/Transit/Schedules/.
Pocket schedules are available at the Vail and Lionshead Transportation Centers, at many hotels and on all buses. Passengers who are still unsure on routes and times can call ECO Transit for assistance with trip planning at 970-328-3520, extension 1. Dispatch employees are available from 4:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m., 365 days a year.