Bustang to offer rides to far-flung Broncos fans

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DENVER — Broncos fans who go to the games but hate the drive will have another option when it comes to getting from home to Sports Authority Field at Mile High for two games in October.

The Colorado Department of Transportation is launching a special bus service called Bustang to Broncos. The coach-style buses carry riders along the Interstate 25 and Instate 70 corridors, from as far south as Colorado Springs and as far north as Fort Collins.

CDOT said the buses are climate controlled, have Wi-Fi access, USB and power outlets, comfortable seats, and bathrooms. A round-trip ticket costs $30.

The Bustang started service in July and is reporting a steady increase in ridership.

The bus arrives approximately 90 minutes before kickoff.

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