Grand Valley Transit’s fixed-route service offers eleven routes connecting the City of Grand Junction, City of Fruita, Town of Palisade, and parts unincorporated Mesa County within the metro area. Visit the Routes and Schedules for more information on routes, schedules, and hours of operation.
Grand Valley Transit offers Paratransit service for people with mental and physical disabilities who are unable to utilize Grand Valley Transit (GVT) fixed route system. For more information and eligibility requirements, visit the Paratransit/ADA page
Transdev, Grand Valley Transit and the Area Agency on Aging of NWCO provide a senior shopping shuttle from several locations in Grand Junction. For trip details or to participate contact us at 970-256-7433 option 2
All GVT vehicles are ADA accessible, equipped with wheelchair lifts and securement, as well as audio and visual announcement for major stops. Riders are encouraged to inform drivers regarding their mobility needs. GVT drivers are trained and happy to assist all riders in getting to their destination safely and comfortably. See the ADA & Nondiscrimination Policy page to learn more about GVT’s compliance with the ADA.
Travel Training is designed to teach safe and independent travel on a public transit system.
Travel Training will focus on the fixed route bus system and teach the skills needed to navigate around the community with confidence and ease. A Travel Trainer will help participants experience and understand public transportation.
To assist anyone interested in using our bus system but aren’t quite sure how to, Grand Valley Transit will provide free classes in Travel Training.
To schedule a Travel Training session, please contact Sarah Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org or (970) 244-1830
Did you know GVT connects to regional and national transportation services?
Call (970) 256-7433 (RIDE) for assistance locating these stops
Bustang and Outrider services are available daily for travel along the I-70 corridor to Denver and between Grand Junction, Montrose, Telluride, Cortez and Durango and stops at the GVT Downtown Operations Facility. Visit https://ridebustang.com/ for more information.
Take GVT to the Grand Junction Amtrak Station on Routes 1, 5, or 11. The Amtrak California Zephyr connects Grand Junction to Chicago and San Francisco. Visit https://www.amtrak.com/ for more information.