If you’re planning a trip between Cherry Creek, Capitol Hill or Civic Center Park between October 2018 and April 2019, you should download the Chariot app to reserve a seat on Denver’s City Shuttle
This free service (operated by Chariot) is offered three days a week (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. with ADA accessibility.
From the City of Denver:
"With parking in great demand during the holiday shopping season, and to offer people more ways to get around the city, Denver Public Works and Denver Smart City have partnered with Transportation Solutions, Chariot and the Cherry Creek business community to pilot a small-scale, on-demand public transit service. The pilot service, which was announced in Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s 2018 State of the City Address, is aimed at filling transit service gaps for retail, hospitality and service workers, as well as residents, between the Cherry Creek Shopping Center, Capitol Hill and Civic Center.
Denver Public Works will gather data during the pilot to better understand usage and see if this new service can help fulfill a first mile-last mile connection for those who live in Capitol Hill and work at the Cherry Creek Shopping Center.
The $250,000 pilot is funded through Denver’s Smart City program, which is working to connect people to mobile, affordable and environmentally sustainable city services through leveraging strong partnerships, technology and innovation. The pilot also aligns with Denver’s Mobility Action Plan, which is providing people with more transportation choices to get around by riding a bike, walking and taking transit."