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Old 02-12-2007, 08:26 PM
 
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Default Rush hour commute times between Denver / Englewood

Hi All - I will be moving to the Denver area in the next month and I'm trying to get an idea of rush hour driving commute times from Denver to Englewood / Parker off I-25 @ Lincoln Blvd.

Does anyone have a rough estimate for commuting times b/w following neighborhoods?

(a) Downtown Denver/Lodo area --> Englewood
(b) Wash Park / Cherry Creek area --> Englewood

Many thanks for your help!
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Old 02-12-2007, 09:16 PM
 
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Hi All - I will be moving to the Denver area in the next month and I'm trying to get an idea of rush hour driving commute times from Denver to Englewood / Parker off I-25 @ Lincoln Blvd.

Does anyone have a rough estimate for commuting times b/w following neighborhoods?

(a) Downtown Denver/Lodo area --> Englewood
(b) Wash Park / Cherry Creek area --> Englewood

Many thanks for your help!
I live in central Denver and for my work drive to every corner of the metro area during rush hour, so I think I have a fair idea. For reasons I don't understand, it seems to be a lot quicker heading south in the morning than it does coming back in the afternoon. So, I'd say your (a) commute is about 30 minutes going down in the morning and about 45 minutes coming back. Your (b) commute is about 10 minutes less than that both ways. If you leave after about 6pm or so the commute coming back turns back into about 30 minutes again.
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Old 02-12-2007, 10:10 PM
 
Location: South Metro Denver for 25 years
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I-25 & Lincoln is Lone Tree - try light rail.
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