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Transportation and Access
City vicinity mapCommerce City has grown around a network of major travel routes including freeways, the E-470 belt-way, several state highways, local streets, and railroads. Other important elements of the transportation system serving the city include transit service provided by the Regional Transportation District (RTD); a bicycle and pedestrian network that currently features 18 miles of regional trails; and the bordering Denver International Airport (DIA).

Transportation at a Glance

  • Adjacent to DIA, the fifth busiest airport in the nation
  • The western and northern border of Denver International Airport (DIA) – making it the center of the new aerotropolis corridor
  • The convergence of several major interstate arteries including I-70, I-270, I-76, Highway 85, Highway 2, E-470 and Peña Boulevard
  • Direct access to Burlington Northern and Union Pacific rail lines
  • Centrally located between two future RTD FasTracks corridors
  • Only 10 minutes from downtown Denver
  • 20 minutes from the Denver Tech Center
  • 30 minutes from Boulder & the Rocky Mountains

Download Transporation and Access or visit the city's Getting Around page for additional information on transportation.