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24 square miles (62 qkm)
Several bus routes let Boulder appear as a perfect city with regard to public transportation. Almost every part of the city can be reached via bus. A park-and-ride system for serving the towns outskirts is available, too. Tickets can be bought inside the buses. Maps are available in the Visitor's Bureau in Pearl Street.
(U.S.Census 2000; every 10 years)
Boulder Airport or Jefferson Airport for small planes - international travelers should use
Denver International Airport which is about an hour away.
Denver International Airport is situated northeast of Denver. It takes about 20-30 min to Denver and about 1 hr to Boulder by car.
Public shuttle buses are the best alternative to reach Boulder. Costs vary around 20-30 Dollars.
SuperShuttle offers such transport and is widely used in Boulder: reservation ph: 303-227-0000.
Taxis are available, too, costs are much higher: expect $80-$100.
8500 Peña Blvd.
From Denver Airport drive south until reaching Peña Boulevard - then west to I-70 West. Take exit to I-270 North (exit 279 to Fort Collins). I-270 North leads to US36 West, which leads directly to / into Boulder
5.430 ft (1.655 m) above sea level
2440 Pearl Street
Boulder, Co 80302