Lyons Flyer free bus service to Boulder
SEE our Lyons Recorder ARTICLE from June 2022 for all the details on how this service came about, and the rules/restrictions.
The Lyons Flyer is free to ride, no fare or pass required, and operates three daily round trips during the morning and afternoon rush hours. Service is provided Monday through Friday, excluding federal holidays. All vehicles are ADA accessible and have space to accommodate two passengers using wheelchairs or mobility devices.
Boulder County, with funding from the Regional Transportation District (RTD) and in partnership with the Town of Lyons, the City of Boulder, and Via Mobility Services is restoring commuter transit bus service along US 36 between Lyons and Boulder. The service, rebranded as the Lyons Flyer, will replace the Y route, formerly operated by RTD.
The Lyons Flyer will provide free bus service between downtown Lyons and Boulder. View a detailed route map, including bus stops in Lyons.
Vehicle parking is available at the Lyons Park-n-Ride, at US 36 and 2nd Ave. in Lyons (near the fire station).
All three of these options – from Lyons – are FREE!
For FULL DETAILS / information on Lyons Flyer see ARTICLE
For more information on VIA Mobility Shuttle Bus to Longmont, see our ARTICLE.
For more information on ztrip ‘taxi’ vouchers to Boulder and Longmont, see our ARTICLE.
See also our article on the Bustang seasonal bus that goes to Estes Park, and Rocky Mt. National Park.