Transport System in Denver

When you live in a city whose life line is the business world, it is hard to overlook its transport system. Good and efficient transport systems are the key to successful trading and Denver is definitely succeeding in that department. In fact, since the time Denver became established as a city on its own, the very first developments that were made were that of construction of roads and harbors for tradesmen using routes via Denver.
Talking about the road web, Denver has a total of 9500 roads in numbers or 5200 kilometers of road in length across the city. There are few roads that follow the old trails like they originally did in the previous times such as the Kingston road but otherwise all new roads built are according to the modern grid system. The main north-south arteries started  from west to east, are headed towards Kipling Avenue, Islington Avenue, Royal York Road, Jane Street, Keeled Street/Weston Road, Duffer in Street, Bathurst Street, Avenue Road/University Avenue, Yonge Street, Bay view Avenue, Leslie Street, Don Mills Road, Victoria Park Avenue, Warden Avenue, Kennedy Road, McCowan Road, Markham Road, and Morningside Avenue. The main east-west arteries, started from north to south, are headed  Steeles Avenue, Finch Avenue, Sheppard Avenue, Wilson Avenue/York Mills Road/Ellesmere Road (the latter two connected by Parkwoods Village Drive), Lawrence Avenue, Eglinton Avenue, St. Clair Avenue, Bloor Street/Danforth Avenue, Dundas Street, Queen Street West and East, and Lake Shore Boulevard/Kingston Road.
After the roads come the highways. Denver has an extensive highway system built. There is Highway 401 that divides the city from east to west all the way through its inner suburbs. Then there is highway 400 that joins 401 at its intersection and is used by over 400,000 vehicles daily. It is known to be one of the world’s busiest highways.
Denver also has a big railway and bus system. Most of the rails lines present in Denver are operated by Class I, CN and CPR while Geo Transit handles the bus services in and out of downtown Denver through the Union Station Bus Terminal. The trains are mostly used to carry goods for trade. There are also some passenger trains operating alongside with the freight trains. A new rail line is soon to be under construction in the future days. This will link the Denver Pearson International Airport to the central business district.
For the public, there are several different ways to commute from one place to another for the daily work. People either use the subways or the street cars more commonly known as cabs. Cycling is another way that a lot of people use to travel. There are two main subway systems in Denver, the U-shaped Yonge–University–Spadina Line and the east-west Bloor–Danforth Line. The streetcars and buses have 150 fixed routes that take cover the whole of Denver. Travelling by cabs are a little expensive than using the subways or the buses, but they tend to drop on location rather than a terminal.
Denver also houses two airports, Denver Pearson International Airport and the Billy Bishop Denver City Airport (Island Airport)

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