DENVER AIRPORT (DEN)
|Denver International Airport (23 miles northeast of downtown Denver) is served by the following ground transportation options:
A - local bus
B - shared ride van
C - taxi
D - limousine
E - rental car
The Jeppesen Terminal is separated into west and east terminals for passenger drop off and pickup. After leaving the main terminal via the train or pedestrian bridge, passengers can access their relevant gate on 1 of 3 separate concourses (A, B, & C.) Concourse A handles all international arrivals.
|Terminal passenger links
Denver International Airport Automated Guideway Transit System is a people-mover-system located within the secure areas of the airport The AGTS utilizes two mile-long tunnels traveling underneath the aircraft taxiways. Four stations exist, serving each airside concourse (Concourses A, B, and C) and the Terminal (which serves Ground Transportation and Baggage Claim). While it is possible to walk from the main terminal to Concourse A via a pedestrian bridge over the taxiway, the train is the only way to access Concourses B and C.
|A: skyRide bus
The skyRide bus services are run by the Regional Transportation District (RTD) and drop-off and pick-up from both the West and East side of the Jeppesen Terminal. The service is as frequent as every 15 minutes and at least once every hour, and operates from approximately 3:30a.m. to 1:10a.m.
There are 5 services from the airport:
- AA, Wagon Road.
- AB, Boulder.
- AF, Cold Spring, downtown Denver (Market Street Station.)
- AS, Stapleton.
- AT, Arapahoe County.
@ Summer 2009 a one-way fare to downtown Denver is $10.
|B1: Shared Ride Vans
A number of private companies run door-to-door vans providing service between the airport and various locations. Depending on the number of passengers, these vans may make multiple stops. Look out for the Ground Transportation signs in the Jeppesen Terminal.
Destinations served include:
- Major hotels in the downtown Denver and Denver Tech Center areas.
- Jefferson counties.
@ Summer 2009 a downtown Denver fare would cost in the region of:
- $19, one way.
- $34, return.
|B2: Hotel Shuttles
Free shuttles operate between the airport and a number of hotels in the area.
Denver features a number of taxi companies that transport passengers from Denver International Airport to downtown Denver and surrounding counties. The ride to downtown Denver from the airport takes 35 to 40 minutes and (@ Summer 2009) costs in the region of $50.
Limousines are available only by advanced reservation.
|E: Rental Cars
Car rental and ground transportation carrier counters are located in the central atrium near the security screening areas on Level 5 of the Jeppesen Terminal. All companies provide a courtesy shuttle service to the pick-up car parks.
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