Visit Longmont is continually monitoring developments surrounding COVID-19 and is following the lead of local, state and national health and travel authorities. The safety and well being of our community, partners and visitors is our number one priority. We are fully engaged with local and state officials to coordinate a safe return for visitors and meetings. Our hospitality community is working together to implement enhanced procedures to safely welcome you back with our Elevated Standards.

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Transportation

Conveniently located along Northern Colorado’s Front Range, the City of Longmont is easily accessible from any location. 

Located just 40 miles from Denver International Airport and residing along Interstate 25, Longmont truly sits in the center of any Colorado adventure. 

Airport Shuttle

There are a number of airport shuttle services that travel between the Denver International Airport and Longmont. Local shuttle services include:  Longmont Shuttle, A Last Minute Limousine, and Green Ride.

Car Rentals

Longmont car rental companies include: Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Budget and  Hertz Rent A Car.

Parking

The City of Longmont has provided a thorough frequently asked questions page about parking in Longmont.  If you are heading downtown to shop and dine, take this handy Downtown Longmont Parking Map provided by the Longmont Downtown Development Authority.

Public Transportation

Ride Free Longmont-Ride Local RTD buses fee all day, every day within the city of Longmont.

The Regional Transportation District (RTD) is the public transportation service provider for Denver, Longmont, Boulder, and surrounding cities in Colorado.  RTD offers the A-Line Light Rail from Denver International Airport to Union Station in Denver, where you can take a bus to Longmont.  Use the RTD Trip planner to figure out your best route.

Taxis

Taxi companies include: Z Trip.

Private Charters

Brewhop Trolley is available for private group rentals as well as weekend brewery tours.

Wonder Tours Get people to a concert, sporting event, shuttle from parking areas, holiday gatherings, you name it!

Longmont On Foot

Walking as a form of transportation can have a beneficial impact on communities. Less driving helps relieve congestion and well- designed landscape and residential density will improve air quality more than will additional roadways. Regulatory and design strategies, including traffic-calming measures, sidewalks, bike paths, underpasses or tunnels help make communities safer for pedestrians and bicyclists. Visit the City of Longmont’s website for walking paths in and around Longmont. For Longmont bike rentals, click here.

**Colorado is a big state with over 103,000 square miles to cover! Check out these resources below to help plan day trips from Longmont!

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https://cotrip.org/home.htm

 

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