The Regional Transportation District (RTD) is the public bus and light rail system for the Denver Metropolitan area. RTD has more than 170 bus routes, 9 rail lines, and many specialty services
All RTD buses and rail vehicles are accessible for mobility aids. An RTD bus stop is located adjacent to the ground of Pepsi Center at 9th Street and Auraria Parkway. The W, C and E lines provide light rail services to the Pepsi Center/Elitch Gardens stop. Bus and rail operators are trained to assist passengers with disabilities boarding or exiting the vehicle. More information is available HERE.
Pepsi Center is accessible by the multi-use Cherry Creek Trail, and shared-use sidewalk on Auraria Parkway. CLICK HERE To view Denver’s Bike Map.
There are three bicycle racks located on Pepsi Center grounds: one outside the East Atrium, one outside the Grand Atrium and one in Toyota Prius Lot South.
Denver B-cycle is the first large-scale municipal bike sharing system in the United States, placing dozens of special bike stations (B-stations) in downtown Denver. Denver B-cycle members will be able to pick up one of the red bikes at any B-station and drop it off at any B-station. Denver Bike Sharing has a B-station located West of Pepsi Center’s Grand Atrium entrances, near Toyota Camry Lot North (map). Find out more and sign up at denver.bcycle.com.
Lyft is the Official Rideshare Partner of Pepsi Center and will provide expedited service to guests traveling to and from games, concerts, and events. New this year, Pepsi Center will feature a designated rideshare pickup zone in the Toyota Tundra parking lot, providing fans with a quicker exit post-game. Fans are encouraged to use the one-time code PEPSINEW to receive $10 in Lyft credits towards their first two rides.