Transfer Facility Hours
GVT passes are sold at the Downtown and West Transfer Facilities during regular business hours:
Monday through Friday - 5:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Saturday - 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
The Office and GVT service is closed on the following holidays:
|New Years Day
GVT Downtown Operations Facility
GVT West Transfer Facility
Clifton Transfer Facility (Not Staffed)
Applications for drivers are taken on an ongoing basis
Please call (970) 256-7433 for information or apply online at the Transdev website and search for Grand Junction.
Drivers are required to have a Commercial Driver's license (CDL), however paid training is provided in order to obtain it. You must be at least 21 years of age.
Advertising With GVT
Interested in advertising on bus backs, bus interiors or bus stop benches or shelters? More information can be found at Advertise with GVT.
GRAND VALLEY TRANSIT STRATEGIC PLAN
In April 2018, Grand Valley Transit (GVT) developed a 1-10-year strategic plan to guide management and investment efforts in public transportation in the areas served by GVT, including: Grand Junction, Fruita, Palisade and the urban portions of unincorporated Mesa County.
The plan was developed through a collaborative process that included meetings with stakeholders, public officials, the general public, and County and GVT staff. The plan has set a direction for GVT and its role in the region’s overall transportation network and can be found here.
GRAND VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE (GVRTC)
Grand Valley Transit is funded with federal funds as well as local funds from our funding partners- Mesa County, City of Grand Junction, City of Fruita and Town of Palisade. The Grand Valley Regional Transportation Committee (GVRTC) is the governing board over Grand Valley Transit and includes representatives from each funding partner. More information regarding board members and board meetings can be found at GVRTC - Governing Board.
REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING OFFICE (RTPO)
GVT, the Mesa County Transportation Planning Region and the Grand Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization are transportation policy-making organizations led by the GVRTC and housed at the Regional Transportation Planning Office(RTPO). The MPO planning mandates used for transportation planning in the urban area is loosely defined as Grand Junction, Fruita, Palisade, and the urban portions of unincorporated Mesa County. The TPR planning boundary covers all of Mesa County. More information regarding the work of the RTPO can be found here.