Breckenridge, CO Commuting

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Breckenridge, Colorado is a beautiful mountain town located approximately 100 miles west of Denver. As such, visitors and residents alike enjoy access to some great public transportation options. The Summit Stage operates several routes throughout the county connecting Breckenridge with Frisco, Silverthorne, and Keystone. Additionally, several shuttle services are available to get around town including convenience shuttles that run regularly from Old Town to Peak 8 Base for skiing and snowboarding. Alternatively, visitors can take advantage of the free Breckenridge Gondola which connects Breckenridge with Peak 8 Base in just minutes. For those looking to explore the area further, regional bus services offer rides that connect Breckenridge with other towns in Summit County as well as Denver International Airport and Denver Union Station. With so many convenient options to choose from, getting around Breckenridge has never been easier!

The typical American commute has been getting longer each year since 2010. The average one-way commute in Breckenridge takes 16.4 minutes. That's shorter than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

How people in Breckenridge get to work:
- 43.7% drive their own car alone
- 1.8% carpool with others
- 9.7% work from home
- 16.1% take mass transit
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Summit county is Colorado's playground. The hiking trails are superb and great variety from easy to difficult. The weather is wonderful in the summer with cobalt blue  More

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