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There are many ways to get around Denver. Whether you live on campus or thirty minutes away, here is information about transportation in the Denver Metro area.
Regional Transportation District (RTD) is Denver’s bus, rail, and light rail transit services to Denver, Boulder, and surrounding cities in Colorado.
RTD CollegePass For Fall Semester
MSU Denver and its campus partners are offering students a highly discounted RTD CollegePass, which provides unlimited access to local, regional and airport bus and rail services through Jan. 31, 2024. The pass costs just $150, or less than $25 per month, giving students the same level of service that costs most RTD monthly passholders $88 per month. Learn how to pay and active your CollegePass here.
Additionally, RTD is offering free fares to all customers ages 19 years or younger for one year, beginning Sept. 1 2023. Learn more about RTD’s Zero Fare for Youth program here.
The RTD rail system operates 365 days a year. Twelve rail lines service 113 miles of rail along the Denver’s North, East, Southeast, Southwest, and West rail corridors. There are two convenient lightrail stations on the edges of campus for easy access. Check out the RTD rail system service information page: RTD Rail Service
The RTD bus system operates 365 days a year, offering service at more than 10,000 bus stops across eight counties in the Denver metro area. There are multiple bus lines that run near or through campus for easy access. Check out the RTD bus service information page: RTD Bus Service
Biking is an easy mode of transportation. Denver has numerous bike paths and a large biking community. Visit Auraria’s homepage to learn about the benefits of biking and to register your bicycle today.
When biking Denver remember to bring your SASS: