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Lake Bishop, Real Estate Pro in 80249
Lake Bishop answered:
Will you use the new shuttle buses that the RTD just approved of for the 16th Street Mall?
I will use what ever buses they provide for the 16th street mall. I believe it is a good service that adds value to going downtown.
0 votes Share Flag Fri Feb 1, 2013 Traffic & Public Transportation in Denver
Ted King & M…, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Ted King & Mark Scanlan answered:
How long can the vehicle stay Impounded before it’s sold and when are the auctions held?
Now that is a good question and I don't have the slightest idea!!!
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jan 19, 2013 Traffic & Public Transportation in Denver
Jon R Roberts, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Jon R Roberts answered:
What are some tips make sure that your car is properly equipped to handle the mountains of snow?
Mountains of snow? We don't see THAT much snow here in Denver. We get out share, but usually pretty manageable. First, any all-wheel or four-wheel drive will do much better than any ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Sep 12, 2014 Traffic & Public Transportation in South Park Hill
BOB GORDON, Real Estate Pro in Boulder, CO
BOB GORDON answered:
The light rail is being built to the airport. What effect will this have on property values in Green Valley Ranch?
Any impact to Green Valley will be positive. I think residents will be overjoyed by the connection into Denver; the airport is already easily accessible.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jan 7, 2013 Traffic & Public Transportation in 80249
Mike Henders…, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Mike Henderson answered:
Which neighborhoods have the best lightrail access?
That is a great question. There are several factors affecting access, light rail, and real estate.

The obvious answer is downtown. It is designed with everything within walking dis ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Mar 31, 2012 Traffic & Public Transportation in Denver
Kristal Kraft, Real Estate Pro in Lone Tree, CO
Kristal Kraft answered:
I'm being transferred to the Dry Creek area, is Evergreen to far away to look for a house?
Many folks feel living in Evergreen is worth the trip. From downtown Denver, Evergreen is about 20-40 minutes depending upon where you live. It will take an extra 20 minutes to travel ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Sep 29, 2007 Traffic & Public Transportation in Denver, CO
RentMarketer…, Other/Just Looking in
RentMarketer.com answered:
If I relocate to Castle Rock and my job is in Golden how long would the commute be?
From Castle Rock to Golden your would take I-25N to 470 W. Total time is about 45 minutes.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jan 24, 2011 Traffic & Public Transportation in Denver
Kristal Kraft, Real Estate Pro in Lone Tree, CO
Kristal Kraft answered:
I do not drive, how is the public transportation if I decide to live on the outskirts of the city?
Driving in Denver is not required! Denver has an excellent bus system (RTD), additionally this past year a second Light Rail line was added. The voters have OK'd Fastracks which will ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Apr 12, 2008 Traffic & Public Transportation in Denver, CO
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