The closest major airport is Denver International Airport, located at a distance of 19 miles from the city center of Denver, CO.
The mass transportation service throughout the area of Denver is offered by RTD (Regional Transportation District), which operates more than 1000 buses, that serve over 10 000 bus stops in nearly 40 municipal jurisdictions, in 8, around the Denver and Boulder metropolitan areas, also offering five light rail lines, the C, D, E, F, and H, serving 36 stations.
The city is also served by Amtrak, with Amtrak Thruway service operated by private bus companies linking the Denver station with Rocky Mountain points.
Major Highways and Roads
The major highways and roads, which serve Denver, include: Interstate 25, which suns north/south, from New Mexico through Denver to Wyoming, Interstate 225, which traverses neighboring Aurora, Interstate 70, which travels east-west from Utah to Maryland, Interstate 76, which runs northeast to Nebraska, US 6, which connects downtown Denver to the west-central suburbs of Golden and Lakewood, and US 36, which connects Denver to Boulder and Rocky Mountain National Park near Estes Park.
Easy! Just follow the driving directions listed below!
From Denver International Airport: Head north and take the ramp onto Pena Blvd. Merge onto I-70 W and take exit 274 to merge onto I-25 S. Take exit 212B, toward Downtown/Convention and Arts Complex, and turn left at N Speer Blvd. Turn right at St Francis Way and, at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto 11th St. MSCD will be on the left.