Logo of the Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority with the tagline Promises Made, Promises Kept


An newly repaved Struthers Road
The side of a Mountain Metropolitan Transit bus
A group photo of the PPRTA Board of Directors
A stock photo of a group of people's arms pointing at spreadsheets on a table.

Capital Projects
Capital Projects

55 percent of PPRTA funding is allocated for capital projects, which are large projects that significantly improve the region’s transportation system.

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Maintenance Projects

The PPRTA budgets 35 percent of its project funding to maintenance. Maintenance projects include a variety of infrastructure maintenance.

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10 percent of PPRTA funds support Mountain Metropolitan Transit, a division of the City of Colorado Springs and the largest general transportation system in the Pikes Peak region.

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Elected officials from each of the six member governments oversee the operations of the PPRTA.

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Accounting reports, annual reports and budgets

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Welcome to the Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority

The Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority is a collaborative effort among six regional governments to improve and maintain roads and support public transit. The members of PPRTA are the cities of Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs, El Paso County, and the towns of Green Mountain Falls, Ramah and Calhan.

Upcoming Board of Directors Meetings

Upcoming Citizen Advisory Committee Meetings