Uber & Lyft

Uber and Lyft are two convenient ways to get around Denver. They offer quick access to transportation through their smartphone apps, allowing users to request rides with just a few taps. Additionally, they offer various ride options, including standard, larger vehicles, and premium rides, catering to different preferences and needs.


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Download the Lyft & Uber Apps



Public Transportation

Denver Airport Rail

At a cost of $10 each way, travelers can use the A Line to get from the airport to downtown Denver and vice versa, courtesy of the Regional Transportation District (RTD), metro Denver’s public transit provider.



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Download the RTD MyRide App


In Downtown Denver, you’ll find pedestrian-friendly city blocks and miles of bike lanes. With over 20 miles of bike lanes in Downtown and easy access to the Cherry Creek and Platte River trails, bicyclists have safe and convenient options for biking into and around Downtown Denver.

-Downtown Denver Partnership



Walk Score: 61

With a walk score of 61, Denver is the most walkable city in Colorado. As the largest city in the state, the region boasts several pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods like Capitol Hill and Cherry Creek. These areas contain a variety of shops, restaurants, and attractions easily accessible on foot.

-Redfin, Jan 10, 2024

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