ECO Transit expands service throughout Eagle County |

ECO Transit expands service throughout Eagle County

Due to new state-issued public health orders, ECO Transit will cut bus occupancy to 50% of capacity starting Monday.
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ECO Transit has made service adjustments, effective Sunday, May 17, in conjunction with Eagle County’s Transition Trail Map. The following service adjustments will continue until further notice.

6 Highway 6 East and West: Increased frequency to 30-minute service between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. Service will remain 1-hour frequency between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m.

4X Valley Express East: Run departing Eagle Valley High School at 6:45 p.m. has been added.

4 Valley East and West: Service remains 1-hour frequency from 6 a.m. and 12 p.m.

1 Leadville: Resuming regular summer and winter service schedule with two morning and two evening trips per day.

5 Minturn: Resuming regular summer and winter service schedule with three morning loops and three evening loops between Maloit Park and Vail Transportation Center.

Passenger rules

The following rules for passengers remain in effect:

  • Do not travel if you are sick.
  • Face coverings are required. Scarves, bandannas, buffs or other non-medical coverings that cover the nose and mouth are acceptable.
  • Passengers without face coverings will not be allowed to board. Please bring your own face covering.
  • Board the bus through the back doors, unless you need wheelchair ramp assistance.
  • Practice social distancing by seating yourself as far as possible from other passengers.
  • Fare collection remains suspended until further notice. Drivers will continue to limit the number of passengers on board to accommodate social distancing guidelines. Please consider your need to travel carefully, especially during peak times.
  • For full schedule information please visit or call ECO Dispatch at 970-328-3520.

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