Traveling in Northern Colorado will be a little bit easier (I'm looking at you, I-25) in 2020.

A new commuter bus line connecting Greeley, Windsor, and Fort Collins will launch on January 2 of next year.

Named The Poudre Express, the bus will operate four runs in the morning and three runs in the afternoon and evening. It will not run on the weekends.

According to a news release from the city of Greeley, transit officials based the bus' route on intensive data and research from the past few years.

The service is designed to serve the largest number of commuters possible. It will also offer free Wi-Fi.

The Poudre Express will be free for the entire month of January so the public can test out their new form of transportation.

After that, riding will cost $1.50 per trip. Monthly and yearly passes will also be available.

The bus will start in Greeley at the Greeley-Evans Transit Center and in Fort Collins at the CSU Transit Center. A full list of bus stops can be found here.

The Poudre Express is operated by Greeley-Evans Transit, as well as the Colorado Department of Transportation.

I don't know about you, but I might not be driving to work anymore.