Passenger Tariff, Colorado PUC No. 7
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Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc., dba Front Range Ski Bus
Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc., dba Front Range Ski Bus
9019 E. Panorama Circle, D-210
Englewood, CO 80112
509-448-1349
Tariff Naming Rules, Regulations and Rates For The Transportation
Of Passengers
As Authorized By
Common Carrier Certificate No. 55822
Advice Letter No. 7
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Tariff Numbering Sequence
Tariff Change Symbols
Definition of Terms and/or Abbreviations
Page number
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1.0 Scope of Tariff
1.1 SCOPE OF OPERATING AUTHORITY
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2.0 RULES AND REGULATIONS
2.1 APPLICABILITY
2.2 PASSENGER SERVICE AND RESTRICTIONS
2.3 ANIMAL RESTRICTIONS
2.4 BAGGAGE RESTRICTIONS, BAGGAGE INSPECTIONS
2.5 Children’s Fares and Rules
2.6 EXPLOSIVES AND OTHER DANGEROUS ARTICLES
2.7 INCLEMENT WEATHER AND ROAD CONDITIONS
2.8 PAYMENT TYPES AND TIME OF COLLECTION
2.9 RESERVATION CANCELLATIONS AND PREPAID REFUNDS
2.10 COMPLAINTS
2.11 CLAIMS
2.12 LIABILITY
2.13 Marketing Incentives
3.0 RATES AND CHARGES
3.1 CHARGES
3.2 RATES / FARES
3.2.1 Call and Demand Limousine Rates
3.2.2 Charter Rates
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Tariff Numbering Sequence
Page Numbering: Page numbers appear in the upper right hand corner of the pages. Pages are numbered
sequentially. When a new page is added between existing pages, a decimal is added to the preceding page
number. For example, a new page added between pages 5 and 6 would be numbered 5.1.
Page Revision Numbers: Revision numbers appear in the upper right hand corner of the pages. These
numbers are used to determine the most recent version on file with the Commission. For example, the 4th
Revised Page No. 4 cancels the 3rd Revised Page No. 4
Paragraph Numbering Sequence: There are three (3) levels of paragraph coding. Each level of coding is
subservient to its next highest level, as shown by the following example:
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2.1
2.1.1
Tariff Change Symbols
(C)
Change in text due to a changed regulation, term or condition that does not change rates.
(D)
Discontinued service or deleted material.
(I)
Rate increase.
(R)
Rate reduction.
(M)
Material moved to or from another part of the tariff; (a footnote indicating where the material was
moved to and from shall accompany the change).
(N)
New material, including new services, rates, terms, or conditions.
(T)
Change in text not related to a changed regulation, term or condition that does not change rates.
Definitions of Terms and/or Abbreviations
Adult – Person 13 years or older
Child – Person 12 years or younger
PUC- Public Utilities Commission
Passenger - shall include occupants and customers of Green Mountain Ski Bus Inc dba Front
Range Ski Bus.
Agreement - shall mean the Terms of Service, Waiver / Refund Policy, and Indemnification
Clause.
1.0 Scope of Tariff
1.1 Scope of Operating Authority:
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I.
Transportation of passengers in call-and demand limousine and charter service
(I) between all points in the Counties of Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas
and Jefferson, State of Colorado on one hand, and Counties of Clear, Eagle,
Grand and Summit, State of Colorado on the other hand.
II.
Transportation of passengers in call-and-demand shuttle service between all
points in the Counties of Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, and Douglas, State of
Colorado, on the one hand, and 18300 We Alameda Parkway, Red Rocks Park
and Amphitheater, Morrison, Colorado on the other hand.
Restrictions:
(I)
Is restricted (1) against providing transportation service to or from Denver
International Airport, Denver, Colorado; (2) against originating or
terminating transportation service at points within the area in downtown
Denver defined as follows: beginning at the intersection of 15th Street and
Blake Street, then northeast along Blake Street to 18th Street; then a southeast
along 18th Street to Broadway; then south along Broadway to Colfax Avenue;
then west along Colfax Avenue to 15th Street; then northwest along 15th
Street to the point of beginning; (3) against originating or terminating
transportation service at points within a one and one-half mile radius of the
Denver West Marriott, 1717 Denver West Marriott Boulevard, Golden,
Colorado; and (4) to the use of a vehicles with a minimum seating capacity of
twelve (12) passengers; and
(II)
Is restricted (a) Against providing transportation service to or from
Denver International Airport, Denver, Colorado; and (b) To the use of
vehicles with a minimum seating capacity of no less than fifteen (15)
2.0 Rules and Regulations
2.1 Applicability
The rules and regulations set forth in this section shall be applicable to the transportation performed and
the rates and charges in this Tariff. This Tariff applies only to Colorado intrastate operations.
2.2 Passenger Service and Restrictions
Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus reserves the right to refuse transportation to any
person who, in the opinion of the Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus driver in charge
of the transportation, is under the influence of alcohol or other drugs, is suffering from a contagious
disease, is behaving in a manner considered to be offensive, or presents a risk to himself, herself, other
passengers, third parties, or the driver. Such refusal shall not be based on religious, ethnic, or any other
discriminatory characteristic prohibited by law.
Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus cannot transport stretchers, gurneys, non-folding
cots, or beds, or individuals confined to a prone position or unable to assume a sitting position.
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Smoking is not allowed in any Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus vehicle.
2.3 Animal Restrictions
Except as allowed by this item, animals shall not be transported. Only service animals traveling with
their masters will be transported. Such animals shall be under the control of their masters at all times.
Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus will not be responsible for loss or injury to these
animals, nor for an injury or damage to any person or property caused by the actions of these animals.
2.4 Baggage Restrictions, Baggage Inspection
Baggage will not be checked, but will be loaded by the driver in charge of transportation.
Each passenger shall be allowed one (1) pair of skis, boots, poles and/or snowboard of baggage
at no charge. Each passenger shall be allowed one bicycle at no charge. Each passenger shall be
allowed one additional ski bag, equipment bag, or lunch bag (not over 100 inches width and
girth). Subject to space available, additional baggage may be accommodated for an additional
charge. Identification and designation of “ski,” “equipment,” and “lunch” bag shall be left up to
the discretion of the driver in charge of the transportation.
Baggage items in excess of the above shall be considered Excess Baggage and charged at a
regular passenger fare.
Baggage items not transported with passenger, due to fault of persons or entities other than Green
Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus, shall be charged at a regular passenger fare. All
baggage is subject to inspection by the driver in charge of transportation or other personnel of Green
Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus at any time.
2.5 Children’s Fares and Rules
Children under the age of 7 shall be carried free, but subject to space available. Children between 7 and
12 shall be carried at 85% of the Rates and Fares, rounded to the nearest dollar. All Children must be
accompanied by a responsible adult. It is the responsibility of the adult to provide, and secure the
children in required and appropriate restraining devices.
2.6 Explosives and Other Dangerous Articles
Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus will not transport any articles or substances that,
in the opinion of the driver in charge of transportation, are dangerous to the health and/or safety of Green
Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus employees, or other passengers, including but not
limited to explosives, toxic agents and hazardous materials.
2.7 Inclement Weather and Road Conditions
Nothing in this tariff shall make it binding on Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus to
transport passengers or their baggage where, in the opinion of the driver in charge of transportation,
weather, street, road, or highway conditions, either from the point of origin, destination or points in
between, render operation of motor vehicles dangerous or impracticable.
Passenger cancellations by Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus due to Inclement
Weather and Road Conditions shall be allowed a new reservation at no additional charge.
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2.8 Payment Types and Time of Collection
Payment for all fares and charges shall be in U.S. dollars in the form of cash, personal checks,
traveler’s checks, business checks, or approved credit cards. All returned checks will be charged
a fee.
Payment is due at time of service unless prepayment was previously received.
Deposits made to reserve a transportation date and time shall be made in the amount of at least
one quarter of the anticipated trip charge.
If the passenger is not at the agreed upon pick-up location at the agreed upon pick-up/departure time, no
refund will be issued.
Receipts will be given upon request.
2.9 Reservation Cancellations and Prepaid Refunds
Cancellations must be made in writing. Reservations cancelled five (5) days or more in advance of a
reserved transportation date shall not be charged a cancellation fee and all sums received shall be mailed
from the office of Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus within seven (7) days of the
cancellation request. Cancellations within three (3) to five (5) days of the transportation date will be
allowed a voucher without additional charge. Cancellations within two (2) days of the transportation
will not be refunded, exchanged nor transferred.
(N)
Season Passes and Four Paks will not be refunded, exchanged nor transferred.
2.10 Complaints
Complaints shall be made in writing and delivered to the office of Green Mountain Ski Bus Inc dba Front
Range Ski Bus. Staff of Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus will make an effort to
resolve the complaint fairly. If the complainant is not satisfied, he/she may contact the PUC.
Colorado Public Utilities Commission
1560 Broadway, Suite 250
Denver CO 80202
303-894-2070 or 1-800-456-0858
http://www.dora.state.co.us/puc
2.11 Claims
Claims for lost, damaged or destroyed articles must be made in writing, delivered to the office of Green
Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus, within seven (7) days of the arrival time of the
transportation during which the damage or loss occurred. For damage occurring during the first half of a
round-trip transportation, such notice must be delivered within three (3) days of the arrival at the
destination point of the first half transportation.
2.12 Liability
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Except due to the gross negligence (to be defined by a court of law) of staff Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc.
dba Front Range Ski Bus or the driver in charge of transportation, Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba
Front Range Ski Bus shall not be responsible for lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed baggage or other
personal property of passengers. Liability for gross negligence of Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba
Front Range Ski Bus is limited to $250 per piece of baggage, and then only when the baggage has been
loaded in the vehicle by the driver.
Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus accepts no responsibility for cancellations or
delays in transportation which are beyond its control, including but not limited to weather, traffic or road
conditions.
Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus will not be liable or responsible for damage to
property or injury to passengers that result from the acts of passengers or other third parties.
2.13 Marketing Incentives
Marketing incentives may be used to help increase passenger volume. All incentives will be available to
all users on the website. Information on the incentives may be communicated in mailings, brochures and
advertising.
3.0 Rates and Charges
3.1 Charges
Any charge incurred by Green Mountain Ski Bus, Inc. dba Front Range Ski Bus or its drivers in their
provision of transportation services including but not limited to road tolls, bridge tolls, use fees,
admission/gate fees and parking fees shall be added to the fare.
3.2 Rates / Fares
3.2.1 Call and Demand Limousine Rates
The one-way per passenger fare for service between the locations named in Item (1.1) is $38.
(I)
The round-trip per passenger fare for service between the locations named in Item (1.1 Section I)
is:
a) To Breckenridge and Keystone resorts $47.
b) To all other resorts $42.
(IC)
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The round-trip per passenger fare for service between the locations named in Item (1.1 Section
II) is $35.
(C)
If the return segment of a round trip is completed on a different day than the original trip, each
segment of the trip shall be charged at the one way fare rate.
(II) The following marketing incentives will be available for trips completed:
a) Monday through Friday and for scheduled events that allow Two Passengers to ride for the
price of one between November 1 and April 30.
(C)
b) any passenger who purchases three round-trips will receive a fourth round-trip at no charge
between November 1 and April 30;
(C)
c) group discounts deleted; and
d) any passenger or group that uses a coupon or a facebook code to purchase a round-trip fare
will receive a 10% discount from each fare.
(III) Deleted (special end of ski season fares for Arapahoe Ski Basin)
(D)
(IV) A passenger may use only one of the marketing incentives per round-trip.
(V) Excess baggage shall be charged the same as an additional passenger fare.
(VI) Season Pass Rates allowing unlimited trips per passenger shall be:
(Season Pass Rates are deleted)
(D)
(VII) Four Pak Rates: Customers shall be allowed to pre-pay for four round-trips at:
a) from April 15 to Jan 5 - $120
b) from Jan 6 to April 14 - $129
(I)
3.2.2 Charter Service Rates
Charter Service Rates will be negotiated between the parties prior to service being provided.
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