Public Transportation--Denver Region

For info about public transportation options in the Denver region, start with DRMAC, listed below.

Denver’s Regional Transportation District (RTD)

Denver’s Regional Transportation District (RTD)

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Denver

Denver's RTD customer service number can be called for route info

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Denver’s RTD discounted bus passes

Denver’s RTD discounted bus passes

Denver Metro

Denver

Denver's RTD recently launched its discounted fare program called LiVE Program. The program is for people between 20 and 64 whose income is 185% below federal poverty level ($23,107 for 1-person household, $31,284 for 2-person household). You'll need to provide electronic copies of certain documents and a recent photo. Click on the website to learn more the process, eligibility requirements, and a link to PEAK, which is how you apply online. If you need help, call a re-entry organization listed on remerg.com and ask if they're helping people apply for the LiVE cards.

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DRMAC

DRMAC

info about public transportation in Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Gilpin and Jefferson counties

Denver Metro

Denver

DRMAC, pronounced Dr. MAC, stands for Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council. Their website is THE place to start for help finding transportation resources in the metro Denver area. They also have an app you can download, a free "Getting There" guide in several languages, and a call line (303-243-3113)!

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