Part of Three Springs commitment to sustainability lies in providing ease of transportation to and from our neighborhood, connecting Three Springs to historic downtown Durango as well as other parts of the county. Our goal is to enable people to use alternative transportation whenever possible. Three Springs possesses a location- centrally located between downtown Durango, Ignacio and Bayfield — that creates a natural hub for transit services.
Using a Durango Transit pass, riders can board the Road Runner at the Three Springs Mercy transit stop heading to the Durango Transit Center and vis versa. For more information about Road Runner Transit, visit Sucap.org/road-runner-transit or call (970) 563-4545.
Durango Transit entered into an agreement with the Southern Ute Action Community Action Program (SUCAP) Road Runner Transit to offer rides to Durango Transit pass holders to and from Mercy Regional Medical Center at Three Springs and the Durango Transit Center at no additional cost to riders.
For new Durango Transit route maps and more information, please visit durangotransit.com or call (970) 375-4901.
In addition, Road Runner, a free service offered by the Southern Ute Community Action Partnership (SUCAP), provides service to Bayfield, Ignacio and Aztec locations. You must call ahead to schedule a pick up from Mercy Regional Medical Center (563-4545). And of course, if you are self-powered — the bicycle trails are a great option. The famous Animas River Trail continues to grow and will eventually link Durango to Bayfield, with Three Springs right on the way!
SMART 160 Trail Info:
CDOT and the City of Durango were awarded $1.7 million dollars in FASTER Statewide Transit Funding for the design and construction of the SMART 160 10 foot wide multi use trail connecting the Transit Center to Three Springs. For more information, visit the City of Durango’s website.