How to get around Denver Metro
Transportation in the Denver Metro Area
Getting There Guide:
A resource for transportation services for the Denver Metro area.
Access-a-Ride provides local bus transportation in the Denver Metro area for people with disabilities.
Interregional express bus that operates on I-25 and I-70.
Personalized bus service that travels within select RTD service areas.
RTD Light Rail:
Operates 365 days a year.
Operates 365 days a year and has bus stops in eight counties across the Denver metro area.
Serving groups of ten or more people, SeniorRide offers rides to the senior citizen community.
Denver Regional Mobility & Access Council (DRMAC):
DRMAC engages in a variety of programs and activities to bridge the gaps in current transit needs, existing services, and coordination for future improvements.
Denver International Airport Transportation Shuttles
Ramblin Express Casino Shuttle:
Shuttle bus from Aurora to Black Hawk and Central City.
Transportation to and from Denver International Airport.
On-Demand Transportation Services
Lyft (may provide free transportation to and from Special Olympics events):
Request a ride with the Lyft app.
Request a ride with the Uber app.
A door-through-door, no-cost, relationship-based volunteer service for seniors and adults with disabilities in Douglas County.
VIA Mobility Services:
VIA is a full-spectrum mobility manager offering transportation, travel training, mobility options information, plus a wide range of community resources.
Atlantis Community, Inc:
Atlantis provides travel training to its consumers, free of charge in both 1:1 and group capacities. Contact Jerry Frangas, at 303-733-9324 ext.1220 to schedule an intake.
Ride Share Education Program:
The Ride Share Education Program or R.S.E.P. at Honeyman Services, LLC. is an educational program designed to teach adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities how to safely access ride-share services such as Uber and Lyft to meet their individual transportation needs.