Share your story and use the hashtag: #shiftyourridenoco


What is Shift Your Ride?

Shift Your Ride started as part of Fort Collins’ Shift program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the City. In 2022, the City of Fort Collins and the NFRMPO are working together to set up a regional Shift Your Ride effort to get people to shift at least one trip per week from their vehicle to a bike ride, a walk, a trip on the bus, or telecommute. Together, we can make a difference and improve our air quality.

Fort Collins Shift Pledges: Read more about program details and giveaways for Fort Collins HERE.


Shifter of the Week!

Do you want to be featured here? Reach out to Alex, Jerome, or Anna to share your story. #ShiftYourRideNoCo

Sample Itineraries

Are you curious where you can go by bike, transit, or walking? Type in an address on this map and see the local transit routes, bicycle lanes, sidewalks, and trails nearby.

Interactive GIS Map

What’s Your Impact?

Track your miles reduced in our Spreadsheet and see how you compare to the average American. We’ve created this Excel spreadsheet that’ll take your trips and turn it into a Greenhouse Gas reduction impact!

Download the Shift GHGe Calculator



Bicycle and Pedestrian Resources


Transit Resources

  • Bustang
    Intercity bus service to Denver multiple times per day with a stop at the US34 Park-n-Ride in Loveland.
  • Transfort
    See where Transfort can take you, with connections to FLEX, Poudre Express, and Bustang.
  • City of Loveland Transit (COLT)
    See where COLT can take you, with connections to FLEX and Bustang.
  • Estes Transit
    See where Estes Transit can take you.
  • Greeley Evans Transit (GET)
    See where GET can take you, with connections to Express Arrow, Bustang, and Transfort.

    • GET Ride Guide
      Information about specific bus routes in Greeley.
    • Poudre Express
      A new regional bus between Greeley, Windsor, and Fort Collins.
  • RideNoCo. Need help identifying what options exist for you? Talk to a Mobility Specialist!

Please reach out to Alex Gordon at agordon@nfrmpo.org or (970) 289-8279 or Jerome Rouser at jrouser@nfrmpo.org or (970) 422-1096 with any questions.