Is Denver public transit free?
Customers can use 2020 and 2021 10-Ride & Access-a-Ride Ticket Books through the end of 2023. No exchanges required! Access-a-Ride : Access-a-Ride fares are $5.00 for Local trips, $9.00 for Regional trips, and $20.00 for trips to or from Denver International Airport.
Is the Denver Trolley free?
Facts. The Free MallRide is available every day from as early as 4:59 a.m. on weekdays with the last complete round-trip leaving at 1:19 a.m. from Union Station. Shuttles run approximately every light cycle during rush-hours, and every 3 to 15 minutes all other times.
How much is an Ecopass RTD?
between $6.90 and $10.65 per day
An Eco-Pass costs between $6.90 and $10.65 per day, depending on the number of passes purchased, saving commuters close to $30 per day, or $600 per month, in fuel and vehicle wear-and-tear costs.
Is Denver public transit good?
The public transportation in Denver is one of the most efficient systems in the country. The RTD (Regional Transportation District) was even ranked #1 in national public transit systems by U.S. News and World Report. It’s a big perk for people living in Denver who prefer not to own a vehicle.
Is the Denver trolley running?
We will continue to operate five days per week (weather-permitting).
How long is an RTD EcoPass good for?
A: The RTD EcoPass is an annual bus pass. It is valid through December 31 of each year. It is purchased by employers for employees. It can also be purchased by an organization such as 36 Commuting Solutions, as a master contract for employers and their employees within a specified geographic area.
How do I use Denver EcoPass?
How do I use my EcoPass smart card? Tap your card on a smart card reader, every time you ride, even when transferring. Bus: Board the bus and tap your card on the smart card reader next to the driver. By default, your ride is logged at the highest service level available (Local, Regional, Airport).