Transportation

Denver International Airport

Boulder is located approximately 44 miles (70 km) from Denver International Airport (DEN). As of 2015, DEN was the 6th-busiest US airport with over 54 million passengers (18th-busiest in the world). Denver International Airport was named "No. 3 Best Airport Serving 50-60 million passengers per year" in the 2017 Skytrax World Airport Awards (highest among US airports). The airport Wi-Fi was found to be the fastest in the 2017 Speedtest by Ookla. Denver International Airport serves numerous domestic and international destinations with nonstop service.



Ground Transportation to/from the Airport

There are multiple options for ground transportation to and from Denver International Airport (approximate fares shown for one-way travel):

The typical driving route from the airport (view in Google Maps) relies on the interstate highways (~45 minutes):



Local Transportation at the Venue

Boulder offers numerous bus routes, with a downtown circulator (route: HOP) running weekdays and weekends (a local daily pass costs approx. $5.20):

Boulder also features an innovative non-profit bicycle sharing system: Boulder B-cycle. An $8 Day Tripper pass allows unlimited 30-minute trips during a day. Note that a fee of $3 is charged for each additional 30 minutes in a single trip -- be sure to return the bicycle to a B-cycle station when you're done! Numerous B-cycle stations are located throughout the city:


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