BOULDER, Colo. -- Starting this weekend and throughout the summer, visitors to Boulder's famous Flatirons will face new parking rules, a fee to park up close and will also have a new way of getting to their destination.
"A little less congestion would be great. A parking spot would be wonderful," she said.
Homeowners get a permit to park. The public has to pay.
The second part of this pilot program involves a free shuttle to take visitors from free lots in Boulder into the park. There will be three shuttles, running every 15 minutes.
Pickup spots are:
- New Vista High School
- CU Boulder's Regent Lot
- Any downtown parking garage
"We hope it will be a really good way for folks to get up there without worrying about parking and all of that," Lisa Smith, a spokeswoman for the City of Boulder told Denver7.
Dogs and climbing gear are allowed inside the shuttles. The shuttles run from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
For a map of parking, head to over the City of Boulder website.