Whatever your mode of travel, Aurora has all the options you need to get around.
Conveniently located only minutes away from the 5th busiest airport in the county, Denver International Airport (DEN), visitors can catch more than 1,600 daily flights between 200+ domestic and international destinations. Aurora first gained popularity as a road trip destination in decades past. Today, Aurora still offers a variety of highway travel alongside public transport options to make it easy to get where you’re headed. The city is home to the R Line light rail, RTD bus system, a variety of private ground transportation, and major ride-sharing programs. Learn more about transportation options below.
The closest airport to Aurora, Colorado, Denver International Airport (DIA), is undergoing a $770 million expansion project to accommodate all travelers. This includes an expansion of 39 gates between all three terminals. Additionally, DIA is undergoing a renovation of its Great Hall that will feature a new front door of the airport for passengers entering from the A Line train and reimagined TSA security checkpoints, creating increased passenger safety and flow. These projects are scheduled for substantial completion between October - December 2021. Visitors can learn more about the airport's development on its website.