A reliable bus line that serves the entire Pikes Peak area. Bus 3 is the most useful, running from downtown Colorado Springs through Old Colorado City and on to Manitou Springs. Maps and schedule information is avai…
Colorado Springs Airport is the air gateway into the southeast, with regular scheduled services to Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Washington and Atlanta, among others.
Greyhound buses between Cheyenne, WY, and Pueblo, CO, stop daily at the depot. The transportation center offers schedule information and route maps for all local buses.
It doesn’t run late into the evening, but this system has 12 routes covering most of the city, with buses arriving at each stop approximately every 30 minutes.
South of the central district on State Ave; served by daily flights from Denver via Pueblo on Great Lakes Airline, an independent partner of United Airlines.
This small airport 8 miles east of central Pueblo on US 50 offers infrequent scheduled services to Las Vegas and Denver.
Pueblo’s Greyhound bus depot offers service north to Colorado Springs and Denver, and south into New Mexico.
Up to six Greyhound buses a day ply the route between Colorado Springs and Denver (from $10, 90 minutes).
The Yellow Cab fare from the airport to the city center is about $35. It’s about $55 to Manitou Springs.