What Are the Parking Options at Denver International Airport?


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Denver International Airport has several parking options that fall within a variety of price ranges. One of its economical options is the Pikes Peak Shuttle lot, which includes hourly and daily rates and a shuttle to Jeppesen Terminal, as of 2015.. It also has several parking garages and economy lots.

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The airport offers its visitors numerous free and low-cost parking options in the form of garages and open lots. However, many of these lots are farther from the actual airport terminals and provide little or no protection from the elements and potential threats, such as theft or vandalism. The airport also offers several shuttle lots, such as the Pikes Peak Shuttle lot or the Mt. Elbert Shuttle lot. These lots charge customers a rate of $8 a day or $2 dollars an hour, though prices may change over time or with changes in airport traffic.

Denver International Airport also offers several handicap accessible parking spots within all of its lots and garages. The East and West Garages also each contain five Level 1 electric vehicle charging stations, which operate on a first come, first serve basis. Additionally, many of the parking structures offer special spots that only allow parking for hybrid vehicles. The airport also offers a valet parking option and several reserved parking facilities.

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