Englewood Transportation

Being one of the immediate suburbs of Denver, Englewood has great access to some of the best transportation networks in the state of Colorado. Englewood is a small densely populated community that is situated only 10 miles south of the state's capital city.

Driving by car is the preferred method of getting around Englewood and the surrounding Denver Metropolitan Area. Interstate-25 runs east of Englewood and this major highway connects to other parts of Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. Additionally, Interstate 25 intersects Interstate 70 in the northern part of Denver. I-70 is a major highway corridor in the United States as it runs between Utah and Maryland. Some major local roads running through Englewood include U.S. Route 85 and U.S. Route 285.

Englewood is located about 30 miles southwest of Denver International Airport, the major gateway into the Denver Metropolitan Area for remote visitors. One of the busiest airports in the United States offers more than 10 car rental facilities, so the drive to Englewood should not be a problem. After getting off the airport's Pena Boulevard, drivers can easily get on the nearby Interstate 225 beltway and end up in Englewood in about half an hour.

Visitors to the Denver Metropolitan Area can enjoy the convenient public transportation network offered by the Regional Transportation District. The RTD's light Rail C Line stops at the Englewood Station that is located at the intersection of Floyd Avenue and Inca Street. The train station is conveniently located in the heart of Englewood's commercial district that is lined with large shopping plazas. Additionally, the Englewood Station provides direct access to the nearby Museum of Outdoor Arts, a major attraction in the Denver area. The RTD light rail C Line runs northward to some of Denver's top destinations including the Sports Authority Field At Mile High, Pepsi Center, and Union Station. The historic Union Station is also served by the Amtrak California Zephyr line, which makes stops at major cities in California, Utah, Chicago, and other states. The RTD runs several more light rail lines throughout the Denver area such as the D,E,F, and H routes.

With more than 100 RTD bus routes, it is easy to navigate Englewood and the surrounding area. Besides being served by the RTD light rail, The Englewood Station is also a major bus transit center as six total lines stop there including the 0, 12, 27, and ART routes. Transfers to other bus routes that run into Denver can be easily made from Englewood.