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The Corriera Service

Intercity and Local Mobility

Corriera is an intercity and local door-to-door mobility service designed to connect air and rail service in large cities with micropolitan areas to benefit time-sensitive business travelers, vacationing families, groups and long-distance commuters; the service is carried out in collaboration with local and regional partners across the Upper Midwest, the South Central, Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States.

Simple and Affordable All–Inclusive Rates

Corriera leverages appropriate technologies to place customers within reach of public and private transport services through intercity ride-sharing and micro transit services designed to provide first and last-mile connections that benefit:

  • vacationers who can maximize sightseeing time and reduce accommodation costs,
  • business travelers visiting multiple locations in a compressed timeframe, and
  • long-distance commuters.

Corriera is Italian for Motor Coach

A Mobility Network designed to deliver services across the spectrum of transit modes and providers to benefit local and regional customers.

Customer Centered Sustainable Transit Solutions

Mobility Management that improves coordination among public transportation and other service providers as well as increase service options in underserved and rural communities, seniors and persons with disabilities.

Terms of Service

Corriera is inclusive of insurance, taxes, tolls, fuel and driver services, city to city and transfers, where applicable. Tips are not included.

Persons Cost
in Group Person/Mile
   
1 $1.00
2 $0.80
3 $0.60
4 $0.40
5 + $0.20

Cancellation you may cancel your reservations without penalty at any time prior to trip start. We also reserve the right to cancel and/or modify your travel plans as required depending on weather conditions and other circumstances that are beyond our control.

Payments The Circle Payment Service is Free There is no charge to send or receive money and if you send between currencies you see the exchange rate in the app before you send a payment and there are no exchange rate markups or fees.

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Billings Montana

Crow Indians Settlers Oil Discovery Microbreweries and a Heritage Trail

Billings is the largest city in Montana and is located in the south-central portion of the state. With the Bakken oil development in eastern Montana and western North Dakota, the largest oil discovery in U.S. history, as well as the Heath shale oil discovery, the city’s growth rate stayed high during the shale oil boom. Nicknamed the Magic City because of its rapid growth from its founding as a railroad town in March 1882, it is named for Frederick H. Billings. Billings is the trade and distribution center for much of Montana east of the Continental Divide, Northern Wyoming, and western portions of North and South Dakota. Billings is also the retail destination for much of the same area. With more hotel accommodations than any area within a five-state region, the city hosts a variety of conventions, concerts, sporting events, and other rallies.

downtown billingsThe Crow Indians have called the Billings area home since about 1700

Settlers from the Gallatin Valley area of the Montana Territory formed Coulson the first town of the Yellowstone Valley. The town was started when John Alderson built a sawmill and convinced PW McAdow to open a general store and trading post on land that Alderson owned on the bank of the Yellowstone River. Before the railroad, most goods coming to and going from the Montana Territory were carried on paddle riverboats. When the railroad came to the area, they established the new town of Billings; for a short-time the two towns were linked with a trolley service.

coulson, montanaCoulson was a rough town of dance halls and saloons and not a single church

The downtown area and much of the rest of Billings is in the Yellowstone Valley which is a canyon carved out by the Yellowstone River. A blend of small businesses and office space, together with restaurants and a walkable brewery district, it is home to eight microbreweries, Downtown Billings also has a distillery that makes a variety of handcrafted spirits. Babcock Theater is a 750-seat performing arts theater built in 1907 and at the time was considered the largest theater between Minneapolis and Seattle.

babcock theaterNeighborhoods are at the heart of Billings. The south side is probably the oldest residential area in the city, and it is the most culturally diverse neighborhood. South Park is an old growth City park, host to several food fairs and festivals in the summer months. The Bottom Westend Historic District is home to many of Billings first mansions. Midtown is undergoing gentrification and new growth is mainly concentrated on the West End.

billings downtown met transit centerMET Transit provides fixed-route and paratransit bus service. All MET buses are accessible by citizens who use wheelchairs and other mobility devices. They are wheelchair lift-equipped and accessible to all citizens who are unable to use the stairs. MET buses are equipped with bike racks for their bike-riding passengers.

The Heritage Trail System has well-maintained trails and pathways

Around Billings, there are seven mountain ranges, including the Bighorn and Pryor Mountains, home the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range.

pryor mountain wild horse range montana

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