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Transportation

Living in the City of Lone Tree makes it easy to get around. Located at the junction of C/E-470 and I-25, Lone Tree is  just minutes from Centennial Airport and the Denver Tech Center. Denver International Airport (DIA) is a short drive away, as is Metro Denver and the surrounding major Colorado business centers - and of course, the Rocky Mountains!

Lone Tree is home to two Regional Transportation District (RTD) light rail stations: the County Line station and Lincoln Station. When the Southeast Light Rail extension is completed, Lone Tree will have another three light rail stops at Sky Ridge, Lone Tree Town Center and RidgeGate Parkway, making your commute even easier.

Denver entertainment is all accessible by light rail, with the Pepsi Center (Denver Nuggets Basketball and Colorado Avalanche Hockey), Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Denver Broncos Football), Coors Field(Colorado Rockies), and the LoDo entertainment district only 35 minutes away and accessible by major transit lines.

Within the city limits, the Lone Tree Link offers free shuttle service between key employment centers and restaurants, retail and the RTD light rail stations.

With so many transportation options, residents and visitors are able to travel around the city, to downtown Denver and to points beyond with ease.

Distance from Major Markets

  • Denver Tech Center: 9 miles, 15 minutes by car
  • Downtown Denver: 20 miles, 30 minutes by car
  • Colorado Springs: 54 miles, 1 hour by car

Airports

  • Centennial Airport (general aviation) - 8 miles east
  • Denver International Airport - 37 miles northeast
  • Colorado Springs Municipal Airport - 65 miles south

Regional Transportation District

The Regional Transportation District (RTD) serves the community by providing a full menu of rapid transit services, including a call-and-ride system and bus services connecting to surrounding communities and the regional light rail system.

Denver South Transportation Management Association

As a member of the Denver South Transportation Management Association, the City of Lone Tree works with public and private partners in the region to identify and develop transportation solutions that will enhance mobility, drive economic development and increase the image within the Southeast I-25 Corridor.

Resources

  1. RTD’s Lone Tree Routes
  2. Southeast Light Rail
  3. Lone Tree Call-n-Ride
  4. Lone Tree Link
  5. Southeast Light Rail Extension RTD
  6. Denver South Transportation Management Association
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