Getting Around Greenwood Village

Located just 30 minutes northeast of Greenwood Village, Denver International Airport (DIA) is the nation's largest airport in land area of 53 square miles and at 10 years old, it is the nation's fifth-busiest airport and the 10th-busiest in the world.

Centennial Airport is located 10 minutes east of Greenwood Village and provides a full-range of general aviation services for non-scheduled services catering to smaller, private, non-commercial aircraft, including charter flights.

Call-n-Ride services are available in Greenwood Village. The new call-n-Ride service has two service areas in and around the Orchard and Arapahoe Light Rail stations. If you want to be picked up or dropped off anywhere within one of these service areas, you simply pick up the telephone, call the driver on his/her cellular phone to schedule a ride, and you will be picked up. The call-n-Ride services can be used to get to work, go out to lunch, or to do just about anything you want. For more information about the service, please call 303-744-6806 .

Regional Transportation District (RTD) is the Denver metro-area bus and light rail service provider. RTD provides more than 175 region-wide bus routes, a Southwest and Central Light Rail line, the Southeast Light Rail Line (scheduled to open in 2006) and a variety of special transportation services to meet an array of needs. For route information call 303-299-6700.

Beginning November 2006, the Transportation Expansion (T-REX) construction project of the Southeast Light Rail Line opened and residents, businesses, and visitors have access to light rail transit in Greenwood Village. The Orchard Light Rail Station and park-n-Ride, which offers 48 parking spaces, is located on the west side of I-25 right off Greenwood Plaza Boulevard. The Arapahoe at Village Center Station is located on the west side of I-25 with a pedestrian walkway to connect riders to the station's park-n-Ride of 817 parking spaces on the east side of I-25.