Denver Public Transit buses are often the first vehicles you notice when entering downtown Denver.
In fact, they’re the first vehicle you see for nearly a mile in every direction.
So it’s no surprise that Denver Public is known as the “Crown Jewels” for its bus lines, which feature high customer satisfaction ratings.
That’s because they operate in the most efficient manner possible and offer the most convenient and reliable service to those in the city.
Denver Public buses are a popular choice for many Denver residents, and they’re widely used for daily errands and to get to and from school and work.
In 2014, Denver Public bus ridership increased by about 12 percent, according to data provided by the state Department of Transportation.
The number of Denver Public buses also increased by 17 percent from 2014 to 2019, according the state’s Office of Transit, a Denver Public agency.
Denver’s buses are so popular, that when they’re not being used to get around, people take them on trips.
For example, in 2017, a man took his three dogs, including a puppy named Bambi, on a public bus trip from the Denver Zoo to the Zoo.
It was the first dog to board a public transit bus since 2010, according