Locals and visitors alike will find it easy to get around Aspen and Pitkin County.
One highway, Highway 82, winds its way the length of the valley connecting with Interstate 70 forty miles away in Glenwood Springs. Public buses, operated by the Roaring Fork Transportation Agency, serve the entire valley and stop about every half hour at stops from Aspen to Glenwood Springs. There are intercept parking lots that accommodate the bus system in Carbondale and Basalt. Ample public parking is available at the intercept lot at the intersections of Highway 82 and Brush Creek Road and in Aspen at the Rio Grande parking facility. See our Transporation map for locations.
For more local transportation options including carpooling, walking, cycling and transit, visit our Commuter Connect site.
For visitors and locals in the valley, check out our local airport.
Visiting or new in town? Go car-free! Here's additional information on how to get to Aspen and get around like a local.