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See http://www.rtd-denver.com/lightRail_subHome.shtml


For lightrail, the standard cost for one-way fare is $2.00, but they do have discounts for seniors, students, etc.  See this chart for more info: http://www.rtd-denver.com/LightRailFares.shtml.  One can take the E, F or the H line to the University of Denver Station.


Getting from DIA to someplace else


Getting from the Denver International Airport (DIA) to the University (or nearby hotels) is another matter.  


For a bus, you could take the RTD SkyRide to the Nine-Mile station (The "AT" bus at about $8-10), then take the lightrail up to the Colorado Ave station where the La Quinta and the Fairfield Inn is.  If you have a hotel downtown, the "AF" bus goes downtown to the Market Street Station.  See:






You could also take a cab to the University or your hotel, but it might be well over $50. 


One could also rent a car from DIA.


One could take Super Shuttle from DIA to your destination.


Here is some info on parking at DU -- Look at the bottom of the page.

Comments (1)

Jeffra Bussmann said

at 1:56 pm on Jan 6, 2010

I'm arriving at DIA around 3:45pm (Thursday) and then commuting to LaQuinta Inn. Anyone interested in sharing a taxi or taking public transportation with me?

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