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Alternative Transportation

There are many ways to travel to and from MSU Denver. Here are some alternative modes of transportation besides public transportation.


Denver locals utilize these ride and car sharing services: 

Biking is an easy mode of transportation. Denver has numerous bike paths and a large biking community. Visit Auraria’s homepage to learn about the benefits of biking and to register your bicycle today: www.ahec.edu/about-auraria-campus/campus-sustainability/alternative-transportation/bikes-on-campus/

Denver also has a bike sharing service that is perfect for quick trips to campus or around Downtown Denver: B-Cycle. Register online using a credit card and check out a bike from one of numerous stations. Once you return the bike to another B-Cycle station, you’ll be charged for the amount of time you used. Check out B-Cycle today: 
denver.bcycle.com/

When biking Denver remember to bring your SASS:

  • Safe: Wear a helmet.
  • Awareness: Auraria campus prohibits biking on pedestrian walkways. Not abiding by this may result in a ticket. Other locations may also have similar rules, be aware of the regulations in your surroundings.
  • Secure: Lock your bike with a u-lock (to help avoid theft).
  • Savvy: You can also combine your bike commute with public transit. RTD provides services to accommodate bicyclists.
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