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DEN Rail Service to Get Passengers Downtown

Passengers coming into Denver International Airport (DEN) will soon have access to downtown Denver thanks to a rail link that will be operational starting Friday. The commuter transport – which carries a price of $9 per person – is called the University of Colorado A Line and will run every 15 minutes.

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[Photo: Denver International Airport]

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John Teague May 10, 2016

EVERY major city airport should have an easy mass transit option of getting to and from downtown. Now that Uber and Lyft have disrupted the taxi cab industry, cities can't charge exorbitant medallion fees so why not build the rapid mass transit trains and take a cut of the hopefully reasonable fares ... certainly $9 in this case seems like a good deal. Even a family of 4 x $9 is probably less than a cab used to cost. Way to go Denver!

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MaxVO April 20, 2016

Awesome news for a change! :)