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  • Human-powered | Pedestrian & Mobility Device Travel

    • Make your next visit a human-powered one by leveraging Downtown Denver's pedestrian-friendly city blocks and miles of bike lanes.

  • Public Transportation | Bus & Rail

    • Hop on! Downtown Denver is the hub of the Regional Transportation District's (RTD) transit system, serving commuters and visitors from across the region, including a direct rail link to and from Denver International Airport.

  • Free MallRide & MetroRide

    • The MallRide is a free bus service along the 16th Street Mall, providing convenient access to downtown attractions.

  • Car, Ridesharing & Taxis

    • Traveling to and through Downtown Denver by car - whether your own or in one of our car or ride-share services - can be done efficiently and effectilvey using these tips.

  • Hotel Shuttles

    • Some hotels offer complimentary shuttle services to downtown attractions for guests. Ask your front desk for details.

CAN I TAKE MY BIKE ON THE RTD BUS & RAIL?

Absolutely! It’s easy to take your bike along for the ride with RTD’s Bike-n-Ride. Bikes travel free on bus and rail on a first-come, first-served basis.

FREE METRO RIDE IS BACK FOR SUMMER!
Starting May 26, the Free MetroRide will return temporarily to offer an alternative service from Union Station to Civic Center on 18th and 19th streets. 

COMMUTING DAILY?

Commuting smart helps us all get into, around, and out of Downtown Denver efficiently.

Check out the Way To Go Trip Planner to commute better.

GETTING AROUND TOWN.
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5280 TRAIL

The Downtown Denver Partnership is leading efforts to create The 5280 Trail, a bold, visionary project that will transform how the public right-of-way is used in Downtown Denver.

 

The 5280 will link neighborhoods and connect people by reimagining underutilized streets into the essential Downtown experience uniting urban life with Colorado’s outdoor culture.

 

The key to The 5280 is linking together the mosaic of distinct downtown districts and adjacent neighborhoods and to build on their own unique features that provide distinctive identity to Downtown Denver.

The 5280 will link neighborhoods and connect people along a 5-mile urban trail that weaves through rich communities and key landmarks. The conceptual route builds on previous planning studies such as:

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