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Oct 12 2017

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Taxicabs are readily available and provide service to the Denver metro area and surrounding counties. Some companies may also provide service to other destinations within the state of Colorado. Check with your taxicab company of choice (or with your driver at the airport) for more information on fares and destinations served.

Flat Rate Charges

The following popular destinations have flat-rate charges (one-way fare, airport access fee already included):

  • Boulder: $88.57
  • Downtown Denver: $55.57
  • Denver Tech Center: $61.57
  • Broomfield and Louisville Area: $70.57 (Yellow Cab only)

Metered Taxicab Rates

Fares to all other metro area destinations are based on the taxicab’s meter. For example, a one-way taxicab ride from the airport to Cherry Creek Shopping Center (near downtown Denver) typically costs $62 to $70, plus a $4.57 airport access fee for each metered taxi trip.

Taxicabs pick-up and drop-off from Jeppesen Terminal, Level 5, Island 1, outside Doors 505, 507 and 511 (Terminal East), and Doors 506, 510 and 512 (Terminal West).

Multiple Drop-Offs – Same Zone

If stated in the taxicab operator’s approved tariff, the flat rate from DEN may be increased by $5.00 for each additional drop-off within a zone. For example, if there are passengers dropped off at different points within the same zone, the total fare will be the flat rate plus an additional $5.00 charge for each drop-off location.

Multiple Drop-Offs – In/Outside Zone

In the case where the first passenger is dropped off at a point within a defined zone and a second passenger is dropped at a point outside of a defined zone, the fare for the first passenger will be the flat rate for that zone. The fare for the second passenger will be the meter fare from the first drop-off point to the second drop-off point.

If the first passenger is dropped at a point outside of the defined zones, the flat rate will not apply to either passenger, even if the second passenger’s drop point is within a defined zone.


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