are available throughout the city, with no
fixed pick-up or drop-off locations equaling
maximum flexibility for members. Car2Go
members pay an hourly rate, which includes
gas, insurance, maintenance, and parking.
1536 Wynkoop St, Ste 101, Denver, CO 80202
1920 13th St, Ste C, Boulder, CO 80302
organization serving the Denver-Boulder
the option to live a car-lite lifestyle without
actually owning a personal vehicle. Members
maintenance are all included. eGO has
some of the lowest hourly carshare rates
and best insurance coverage in the country.
Greyhound Bus Lines
1055 19th St., Denver, 80202
and the entire state of Colorado with regularly scheduled, affordable travel by bus.
SuperShuttle Denver provides pick-up and
drop-off service to and from Denver International Airport. SuperShuttle will pick
up passengers at home or office, for added
Regional Transportation District (RTD)
1600 Blake St., Denver, 80202
Denver’s Regional Transportation District
(RTD) connects the metro region with
convenience transit service, including 140
local, express, and regional bus routes that
serve 10,000 stops; 35 miles of light rail
service (see sidebar on T-REX Project); and
nearly 80 Park-n-Ride locations. RTD also
provides special services for passengers with
disabilities, seniors, and children; Broncos-Ride and RockiesRide (service during game
days); and SkyRide (service to Denver International Airport).
Taxis serve Denver International Airport
and locations throughout the Denver metro
largest companies in the area include:
Metro Taxi Denver
Yellow Cab of Denver
Freedom Cabs – Denver & Boulder
Amtrak – Union Station
Denver’s Amtrak station is located in the
Station. Daily train service includes routes
to Chicago, Omaha, Salt Lake City and
Denver Union Station
Denver Union Station is a transportation
hub for metro Denver. Newly renovated,
the beautiful and historic station includes
passes a variety of modes including Amtrak
and light rail trains, buses, taxis, shuttles,
vans, limos, bicycles and pedestrians.
Denver’s transportation system continues to grow with the
FasTracks expansion program. Approved by voters in 2004, the
RTD FasTracks Program is a multi-billion dollar comprehensive
transit expansion plan to build 122 miles of new commuter rail and
light rail, 18 miles of bus rapid transit, 21,000 new parking spaces
at light rail and bus stations, and enhance bus service for easy,
convenient bus/rail connections across the eight-county district.
The Fas Tracks program includes two projects that are already
completed— the W Line to Golden (opened in 2014) and
Denver Union Station (opened in 2015). 2016 will be a big year
for public transportation in the Denver metro area, with the
opening on the A Line to the airport, the G Line to Arvada/
Wheat Ridge, the R Line through Aurora, the B Line to south
Westminster and the Flatiron Flyer bus rapid transit service from
Denver to Boulder.
In addition the Fas Tracks plan includes future projects such as
extensions to the Southeast, Southwest and Central rail lines,
the completion of the Northwest Rail Line, and the North Metro
Rail Line to Thornton/Northglenn (scheduled to open in 2018).
RTD’s transit system covers over 2,000 square miles with six rail
lines and 132 bus routes currently in service, and serves over
105 million passengers a year. For routes, schedules and more
information about RTD’s services, visit www.rtd-denver.com.