Visitors to Grand Junction have a number of options for getting around the city and the rest of the country with public transportation. 

            Grand Valley Transit operates a public bus service through the Grand Valley that connects some of the area’s major destinations.  There are numerous stops made in the city of Grand Junction, which can be seen at this Routes Map page.  The bus service operates Monday through Friday from 6am to 7pm, Saturday from 9am to 6pm, and does not run on Sundays.

            The American Spirit Shuttle is a shuttle service that connects the major monuments and important sights around western Colorado, and Eastern Utah.  For information about routes, schedules and pricing, visit their website.  

            Traveling to and from Grand Junction from around North America by rail or coach is possible, as there are both train and bus stations located in the city.  For more information, check out the Greyhound Bus Company website, and the Amtrak Railway Company website.

            Taxis are a good way of getting around the immediate city of Grand Junction.   Fares are based on meters, which are government regulated and standard for all companies.   The best way to get a taxi is to call one of the agencies ahead of time to arrange for a pick-up.   For a list of companies located in or around the city, check out this Taxi Company List.   Most hotels, restaurants, and bars will be happy to make this call for their customers.