Centennial is located just 14 miles south of downtown Denver. Access to any part of the metro area is convenient as Centennial is bordered by major roadways, interstate highways and a toll road that circles the perimeter of the metro area.
In 2006, the City welcomed the first light rail station at Dry Creek, connecting residents and businesses to Centennial from downtown Denver. Today, the City is a partner in expanding the Light Rail Station to enhance access and better serve nearby employers and residents.
Denver International Airport is a mere 30 minutes away by car and routes via light rail. Located in the heart of our community, Centennial Airport is one of the busiest general aviation airports in the U.S., giving corporate travelers another convenient option.
Learn more about local transportation services and resources about how we keep Centennial moving.
Go Centennial is a six-month pilot program that connects Centennial residents and businesses to and from RTD’s Dry Creek Light Rail Station. Get free Lyft Line rides to and from the Dry Creek Station when you're within the existing RTD Call-n-Ride service area. Learn more at go.centennialco.gov.
Enjoy a commute free of stress and traffic jams and ride the RTD Light Rail.
The RTD rail system operates 365 days a year. Eight rail lines service 53 stations along the Denver's Southeast, Southwest, West and East rail corridors.
The RTD bus system operates 365 days a year, offering service at more than 10,000 bus stops across eight counties in the Denver metro area.
Call-n-Ride is a personalized bus service that travels within select RTD service areas. One phone call can connect you to bus routes, Park-n-Rides, rail stations or to work, school, and appointments. Make your reservation and RTD will provide an estimated pickup time. When the bus arrives, pay your exact cash fare.
Access‑a‑Ride provides local bus transportation in the Denver metro area for people with disabilities. We help individuals who cannot access our fixed-route bus and rail system to maintain their freedom to travel around the metro area.
Go Centennial Pilot Program
Instructional videos and step-by-step instructions outlining how to use Go Denver, Lyft, Lyft Access.
Centennial Mobility Ambassadors Program (MAP) Transportation Guide
Mobility Ambassadors Program (MAP) Transportation Resource Guide: A comprehensive guide to navigating transit in the Denver Metro Area. Download the full guide here: MAP Transportation Resource Guide
Individual Sections of the guide are also available to download: Go Denver App | Lyft App | Uber App | RTD Light Rail Transit | RTD Ride Services | Start-to-End Trip Plans
Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council (DRMAC)
DRMAC Getting There Guide takes a look at the latest transportation services in the Denver area.
Learn more about the Arapahoe County Senior Transportation Program.
Denver South Transportation Management Association (TMA)
The Denver South TMA is a coalition of like-minded public and private entities banded to identify and introduce transportation solutions designed to spark mobility, ignite economic development and bolster the positive image the Southeast I-25 Corridor celebrates.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) provides road conditions, route information and traffic alerts throughout Colorado. Visit cotrip.org for current road/weather conditions or dial 511.
- Transportation Planning & Projects
Learn more about the various Transportation Studies the City is involved in.
Be sure to keep an eye out for major construction projects that may affect your travel routes. Check out current construction projects in the City of Centennial.