Breckenridge Transportation

Alpenglow is a a mountain phenomenon that happens when the snow on the mountains reflect sunlight across the value, bathing the mountains in a purple-to-pink hue.

Travel in the Mountains

Your Summit County transportation needs can be met with several local options. Take a free bus, catch your Lyft, or book an airport shuttle. With limited, paid parking implemented in Breckenridge, getting around town can be difficult. The following list will help you plan your Ski Colorado vacation.

DIA Airport Shuttle Discounts


Get a ride from the airport and save on shuttles with these companies that drive straight to your vacation rental property. Receive discounts when you book through us.

Summit Express

Get 10% off when you use the promo code "SCVR"

Peak 1 Express

10% off using the link above

RideShare Services are now in Breckenridge!


Download these mobile apps to secure your ride anywhere in town.

Get $5 off your first four rides - click the link above!

Uber is available in Summit County.

Get $5 off your first four rides - click the link above!

Bus Systems


Free Ride

The Free Ride bus system provides public transportation within the town limits of Breckenridge. Breckenridge Free Ride Bus Schedule and Map

Summit Stage Bus

The Summit Stage Bus offers FREE transportation throughout Summit County. Ride to Keystone, Copper Mountain, Breckenridge Ski Resort, Frisco, and Blue River.
To find the stop closest to your vacation rental, view the Current Bus Schedule

Decided to Drive?


I-70 Travel Information

If weather conditions require, CDOT will implement a Traction Law. Under this law, all motorists traveling on I-70 will need snow tires, tires with M/S designation, or 4WD. This law pertains to passenger vehicles both rented and owned. During severe storms, CDOT will implement a passenger vehicle Chain Law. Under this law, every vehicle on I-70 will be required to have chains or an alternative traction device. All tires must have a minimum one-eighth tread. This includes rental vehicles. Motorists traveling with inadequate equipment during a Traction Law or Chain Law will be subjected to a minimum $130 fine.

Current Road Conditions

For current road conditions, visit http://www.cotrip.org