Convention & Visitors Bureau
2440 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 80302 | 303.442.2911
Denver International Airport is the closest major airport to Boulder and is located approximately 45 minutes east (depending on time of day and traffic). For detailed information about Denver International Airport, please visit www.flydenver.com/. Options for getting to and from the airport include:
RTD operates a bus from DIA to Boulder (Route AB) that makes several convenient stops in Boulder. Buses leave approximately every 60 minutes from the airport. The schedule can be found on RTD's website (select route AB). Tickets are paid directly to the driver upon boarding the bus (cash and exact change only). This is a more economical option, with one-way tickets costing $13. RTD has an information booth on the baggage claim level of the Main Terminal. The trip takes approximately 1.5 hours. www.rtd-denver.com
Driving to Boulder from DIA
Take Pena Boulevard and merge onto I-70 west. Take I-70 to I-270 west. Continue onto Highway 36, which will take you to the east side of Boulder. This route is easy, free of tolls and takes about an hour during non-peak traffic hours.
$84.00 FLAT RATE FROM BOULDER TO DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
The driver must charge a flat rate of $84 PER TAXICAB. No other stops may be made along the way. The flat rate applies regardless of the number of passengers/parties that share a ride. No other charges may be added to this $84 flat rate for trips going TO DIA. No additional charges may be added if passengers/parties exit the taxicab at different airline terminals within DEN.
$84.00 FLAT RATE ADDITIONAL $4.15 GATE FEE ($88.15 TOTAL) for all trips originating at DIA
$67.00 FLAT RATE BETWEEN SOUTH BOULDER / INTER LOCKEN AREA AND DIA.
Driver must charge a flat rate of $67.00. No other stops may be made along the way. The flat rate applies regardless of the number of passengers/parties that share a ride. No additional charges may be added if passengers/parties exit the taxicab at different airline terminals within DEN.
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) bus system services just about every corner of Boulder. The main downtown bus station, the Boulder Transit Center, is located at 14th and Walnut, with in-town routes serving Boulder and regional routes serving nearby destinations including Denver.
Boulder's Community Transit Network (CTN) also provides bus service for Boulder with the easy-to-ride HOP, HOP2, SKIP, JUMP, BOUND, DASH, STAMPEDE and BOLT routes. The HOP's circuit, in particular, is a very useful shuttle-like service for meeting attendees traveling from meetings sites to popular locations including downtown, the Twenty Ninth Street shopping area and the University of Colorado campus. The HOP arrives at clearly marked stops every 7-15 minutes, depending on season and time of day. For more information, visit the City of Boulder's website.
Mileage and estimated travel time from surrounding U.S. cities are as follows:
|City||Total Distance||Total Estimated Time|
|Albuquerque, New Mexico||475.5 miles||8 hours, 43 minutes|
|Aspen, Colorado||184.6 miles||4 hours, 50 minutes|
|Cheyenne, Wyoming||91.2 miles||2 hours, 1 minute|
|Colorado Springs, Colorado||97.3 miles||1 hour, 51 minutes|
|Denver, Colorado (downtown)||28.4 miles||37 minutes|
|Estes Park, Colorado||36.6 miles||1 hour, 11 minutes|
|Fort Collins, Colorado||53.9 miles||1 hour, 20 minutes|
|Grand Junction, Colorado||269.5 miles||5 hours, 9 minutes|
|Greeley, Colorado||48.1 miles||1 hour, 26 minutes|
|Lincoln, Nebraska||503 miles||9 hours, 20 minutes|
|Oklahoma City, Oklahoma||698.5 miles||12 hours, 46 minutes|
|Omaha, Nebraska||555.8 miles||10 hours, 11 minutes|
|Salt Lake City, Utah||523.6 miles||9 hours, 54 minutes|
|Santa Fe, New Mexico||419.8 miles||7 hours, 48 minutes|
|Vail, Colorado||123.4 miles||2 hours, 23 minutes|