How to get to the Broncos home games

9:15 AM, Sep 4, 2013   |    comments
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DENVER - If you're going to a Denver Broncos home game this season, it's important to know the multitude of options there are for getting there.

Besides driving and parking in various lots surrounding Sports Authority Field at Mile High, fans could also:

  • Ride RTD - The parking at 47th & Harlan is no longer available for BroncosRide parking this season. The Federal Shuttle no longer runs north of Sports Authority Field at Mile High. "We are urging customers to park at Olde Town Arvada located at Wadsworth & 56th or Ward Road and I-70 Park-n-Ride," RTD told 9NEWS. "RTD staff will be on hand at the 47th/Harlan location for the first few games of the season to direct customers where to park." Find out where the BroncosRide shuttle does go by looking at this map:
  • Rent a B-Cycle - There are two stations within close proximity to Sports Authority Field at Mile High: Fourth and Walnut on the Auraria Campus or 23rd and Clay just north of the stadium. B-cycle will have staff on hand an hour before kick-off at both stations to collect fan bikes if the stations are full. Bikes will be checked in to avoid additional usage fees. B-cycle staff will return to those stations at the start of the 4th quarter to ensure the stations are stocked and that bikes are available for those who rode to the game. B-cycle has created a special promo code for Thursday's kickoff. By using the code 718 (Elway and Manning), fans will save $3 off the $8 daily membership.
  • Catch a trolley - For every home game this season, the trolley will run frequent round trips starting two hours before game time from the northern terminus in Confluence Park (behind REI off of Platte Street) to the newly-¬≠refurbished Bronco Bridge stop under I-25 about 100 yards east of Sports Authority Field. Find out more here:
  • Pay a pedicab - There are various pedicab companies that you can reserve rides on by just Google-ing "pedicab Denver." However, the easiest way may be to waltz down the 16th Street Mall and hail one.
  • Walk - Denver is a fit city, so get out there and walk!

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