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If you don't have a vehicle while living in or visiting Mountain Village, you still have access to all town buildings, services and amenities via our bus route during the summer and shoulder season months. For those that do have a vehicle, we still encourage you to use our free bus service as a way to cut down on emissions and lessen roadway congestion. 

We do not offer bus service during the winter months. Please use the gondola, chondola, or Dial-A-Ride for your winter transportation needs in Mountain Village.

  • Service Schedule » 2015 Summer Bus Service Schedule
  • Service Dates » May 21 - October 18
  • Service Hours » 6:45 a.m. to midnight 
  • Service Locations » Meadows, Town Hall Plaza, Blue Mesa, Centrum

Due to construction on and around the Meadows Run Parking Lot, the bus may run a tad late though pick-ups will continue at Big Billie’s and the Meadows Post Office. Thanks for your patience.

DIAL-A-RIDE (We no longer offer this service, but TMVOA does.)

The Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association (TMVOA), through a contract with Telluride Concierge, LLC, offers Dial-A-Ride as another form of free transportation for our residents and their visitors to and from most locations within our town limits; gratuity is recommended. There is a limit of 100 trips per residence. Once this has been exceeded, TMVOA will charge $8 per trip.

Dial-A-Ride operates seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. during the winter and summer seasons. In some instances Dial-A-Ride hours are extended in conjunction with extended gondola hours; refer to our event calendar. To access this public service amenity, follow these steps.

  1. Dial 970.728.8888 and provide your pickup location, your destination, and number of people in your party.
  2. Telluride Ski & Golf mandates a three-minute wait time at drop-off, if round-trip service is requested.
  3. To report a Dial-A-Ride problem, call 970.728.1904 extension 7 to reach TMVOA.


The purpose of the Title VI Program Policy is to establish guidelines to effectively monitor and ensure that we are in compliance with all Federal Transportation Administration Title VI requirements and regulations in order to carry out the provisions of the Department of Transportation’s Title VI Regulations at 49 CFR Part 21.