Easy Ride Transportation

Broomfield Easy Ride provides quality transportation for Broomfield residents age 60+ and individuals with disabilities. All riders must be registered prior to scheduling. Register by calling 303.464.5534, or by clicking here.  
Easy Ride is currently operating at full capacity. Masks are not required on the buses, however, if you are ill, please be mindful of the health of the driver and t=others on the vehicle and ask the driver for a mask. 

Easy Ride operations:


Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. with the earliest drop off at 8:45 a.m. and latest pick-up at 4:15 p.m. Easy Ride goes outside of Broomfield for medical trips only (see flyer for boundaries, link below).


Please schedule your transportation to appointments as soon as you know the date and time (up to 21 days in advance, but at least three business days). This helps accommodate all member's needs. Please Note: when requesting a ride with less than three days' notice, every effort will be made to accommodate your ride, however, short notice requests can not be guaranteed. Please see the Easy Ride flyer (link below) for information on grocery and Walmart trips. 

Easy Ride will be closed the following days:
Monday, August 29, staff training day
Monday, September 5, in observance of Labor Dar
Friday, November 11,  in observance of Veteran's Day 

Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25 in observance of Thanksgiving
Friday, December 23 and Monday, December 26 in observance of Christmas

We have a partnership with Via Mobility Services to provide rides to Boulder, Lafayette, Longmont, Superior, Louisville, and Erie. This is a volunteer-based program and there is no cost to use this service. Rides can be scheduled Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. This service is made available for Broomfield residents only.  An Easy Ride intake form must be completed prior to requesting rides. Rides are provided on volunteer availability, and advance notice of ten days is required. Please contact Broomfield Easy Ride at 303.464.5534 for more information.  

Easy Ride Flyer


What is a Local Coordinating Council?
A Local Coordinating Council (LCC) is a formal alliance of community organizations, individuals, local government, and other interested groups that works together to identify and fulfill the public and human service transportation needs of our community.

Helpful Link:

Helping Seniors Drive Safer & Longer

Click here for additional Transit Information


Drivers do not accept cash. Easy Ride does not operate as a taxi service nor does it do emergency medical trips. When you are in need of immediate attention, you should call 911 to get the proper care.