Centennial Airport serves as a major local
reliever airport for Denver International
Airport, which means it accepts smaller,
private aircraft. A major hub for corporate
aircraft, Centennial offers charter, air
ambulance, check transport, and air
Denver International Airport (DIA)
8500 Peña Blvd.
With the capacity to serve 50 million
passengers per year, the Denver
International Airport (DIA) is the city’s
primary link to destinations across the
globe. It is the fifth busiest airport in the
country, the 10th busiest in the world, and
one of the largest—encompassing 53
square miles with six runways and 89
gates. Sixteen commercial airlines
currently offer nonstop daily service to
more than 140 domestic and
Front Range Airport
5200 Front Range Pkwy.
Adams County’s Front Range Airport lies six
miles southeast of Denver International Airport
and has three runways for general aviation
aircraft and a railway track operated by
Union Pacific. The airport’s 190-foot air traffic
control tower is the nation’s tallest general
aviation control tower.
Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport
11755 Airport Way
Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport is
situated between Boulder and Denver
and offers services for charter and private
planes. Owned and operated by
Jefferson County, this airport provides 24-
hour customs service and employs
approximately 300 people.
1536 Wynkoop St, Ste 101
Denver, CO 80202
1920 13th St, Ste C
Boulder, CO 80302
eGo CarShare is the Denver area’s only
nonprofit carshare. With over 50
convenient locations, they offer the largest
round-trip carshare program in the region.
Gas, insurance and parking are included
in the hourly rates. eGo offers a variety of
vehicles including hatchbacks, Priuses,
AWDs, minivans and trucks. Experience
the flexibility and cost savings of pay-as-you-drive car usage.
Greyhound Bus Lines
1055 19th St.
Just a few blocks from the Regional
Transportation District’s Market Street
Station, the terminal for Greyhound and
other private bus lines is located at 20th
and Curtis streets.
4929 Ironton St.
SuperShuttle Denver provides residential
and office pick-up and drop-off service to
and from the Denver International Airport.
Regional Transportation District (RTD)
1600 Blake St.
Denver’s Regional Transportation District
(RTD) provides transit service throughout
metro Denver, including 140 bus routes
that service 10,000 stops; 35 miles of
light rail service (see sidebar on T-REX
Project); and nearly 80 Park-n-Ride
locations. Other services include the
GETTING SETTLED IN METRO DENVER
Albuquerque 447 miles
Atlanta 1,404 miles
Boston 1,971 miles
Chicago 1,004 miles
Dallas 794 miles
Miami 2,065 miles
New York 1,777 miles
Philadelphia 1,728 miles
Phoenix 822 miles
Salt Lake City 533 miles
San Francisco 1,275 miles
Seattle 1,331 miles