About Westminster

Access & Transportation

Well Connected

Westminster’s strategic location provides easy and convenient access to the metro Denver and Boulder areas through a superior multi-modal transportation network, which includes:

  • An enhanced public transportation system
  • Quick access to regional and international airports
  • A superior regional trail system
  • Two well-maintained highway systems
  • For more information about getting around Westminster, click here.

By car, bus, bicycle, rail, or international airliner, Westminster moves easily.


A comprehensive highway system connects Westminster to the rest of the Denver metro area and Colorado. Our road system totals approximately 1,102 miles of streets network, not including CDOT highway.

Direct access to:

  • US Highway 36
  • Interstate 25

Convenient access to:

  • Northwest Parkway
  • E-470
  • Interstate 70
  • Interstate 76
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Enhanced Transit Network

B Line Commuter rail line runs between Westminster Station (Westminster Station Drive and Grove Street) and Union Station in downtown Denver. Train runs every hour and travel time is 15 minutes.

Flatiron Flyer The Flatiron Flyer is RTD’s bus rapid transit service connecting Denver, Boulder and all points in-between. Transit service runs every 15 minutes from the US 36 and Sheridan and US 36 and Church Ranch station. With two stations along the US 36 corridor, Westminster residents and visitors have convenient and reliable options when traveling along the Front Range.

Local Transit Service RTD runs 13 bus lines that serve Westminster neighborhoods and Park-N-Rides. Service varies between 30 to 60 minutes depending on bus route.


Denver International Airport is a 30-minute drive from Westminster. It offers non-stop service to 180 destinations including London, Frankfurt, Mexico City, and Tokyo.

Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport is adjacent to Westminster. It is Colorado’s fourth busiest airport and offers complete U.S. Customs and ground services.

Regional Trail System

The city’s trails system provides an alternate means of transportation and has almost 126 miles of trails connecting Westminster. The US 36 Bikeway provides residents and visitors 16-miles of safe and simple bicycle connection to Denver and Boulder.

Commuting Solutions has interactive bicycle map to help you get around the Front Range area by bike and bus.