Denver City Opens New Rail To International Airport
Exciting news for Denver Colorado, as news of their new commuter rail line connecting Denver International Airport to the city, 37 kilometers away, was officially opened last weekend. The journey takes 37 minutes, makes six stops and costs US$9 per day. Meanwhile, trains depart every 15 minutes for most of the day. Airport CEO Kim Day says the developments means the city is on of fewer than 20 US cities that has direct rail connection from the airport to the centre of town.
The line ends beneath the Westin hotel at the Airport, from where it is just a short walk to the escalator that goes inside the airport’s Jeppesen Terminal. Passengers on United, Southwest, British Airways, Lufthansa and Icelandair can print boarding passes at one of six self-serve kiosks at the airport transit centre. American, Delta, Southwest and United offer bag service for the train.
Article taken from Monday Memo 27 April 2016