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Denver CO: Airport To City Via Quick Electric Train Ride


As with many other major cities, access to and from Denver’s airport is now available by a quick, clean, comfy electric train ride. The 40-minute trip costs $9, far less than the $60 or higher taxi or private car ride.

The electric train, the University of Colorado A Line,  is scheduled to run every 15 minutes from airport to downtown Denver, with several stops along the route. For even more traveler comfort, recently opened is the adjacent Westin Denver International Airport Hotel.

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