4800 West 92nd Avenue Westminster, CO 80031

Transportation Alternatives

Conveniently located at 88th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard, the Regional Transportation District's (RTD) Park-N-Ride allows you to get in and out of Denver quickly through public transportation.

For bus schedules and fares, please visit RTD's website. If you have questions about your commute options, please contact info@36commutingsolutions.org or visit the 36 Commuting Solutions website for more information. To try RTD for the first time, contact info@36commutingsolutions.org for two free ride coupons.

Learn more about how you can get paid for your commute through 36 Commuting Solutions, "Curb Your Frustration" Campaign..

Carpooling has become even easier from Westminster through the use of the new High Occupancy Vehicle lane.  This lane allows motorcyclists and vehicles occupied with two of more individuals the ability of driving in lane completely dedicated to them.  Additionally, US 36 Commuter Solutions has published a Bike Links map to help you use the bus and your bike to get around the metro-area. 

The City of Westminster utilizes five Alternative Fuel vehicles within Community Development, Police and Public Works & Utilities operations.  Westminster has also signed the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement committing to:

A. Urge the federal government and state governments to enact policies and programs to meet or beat the target of reducing global warming pollution levels to 7 percent below 1990 levels by 2012, including efforts to: reduce the United States’ dependence on fossil fuels and accelerate the development of clean, economical energy resources and fuel-efficient technologies such as methane recovery for energy generation, waste to energy, wind and solar energy, fuel cells, efficient motor vehicles, biofuels and through conservation efforts;

B. Urge the U.S. Congress to pass bipartisan greenhouse gas reduction legislation that includes 1) clear timetables and emissions limits and 2) a flexible, market-based system of tradeable allowances among emitting industries; and

C. Strive to meet or exceed Kyoto Protocol targets for reducing global warming pollution by taking actions in our own operations and communities.

As an internationally recognized environmental steward, Westminster knows that its efforts locally will impact the global community.  

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