Transport in Denver is becoming more readily available with public access and easy ways to get around the city. Whether you’re wanting to sell your car, or read a book on the way to work instead of being behind the wheel, there are plenty of options for you in regards to getting where you need to go.
First, we have the RTD in Denver which has more than 170 bus routes, nine rail lines, and many specialty services (like the free 16th Street Mall Ride buses). You can even hop on a train at Union Station and make it all the way to the airport! With more than 70 Park-n-Rides conveniently located throughout the District, they are making it easy for you park your car and connect with bus and rail service in your area.
Denver also has B-Cycles! What is a B-Cycle? Well a B-Cycle is a service offered throughout the city of Denver where you can rent bikes by the half-hour. There are stations and bikes at all the places you want to go – museums, cool neighborhoods, bars, restaurants, music and sport venues, bike trails and parks. You can buy an access pass that fits your needs – by the day, trip, month or year. You must purchase an Access Pass to check out a bike. Once you’ve purchased an Access Pass at the kiosk or online, you can take unlimited trips that are 30 minutes less for no additional cost. You can take as many trips as you want under your allotted time until your access pass expires. To find out more about pricing click here.
Additionally, we also have the ride share options that most other cities have as well. Uber and Lyft are fantastic options for rainy days, or carpooling around town with friends.