Facts and Figures

Operator DIA
System Type People Mover
Year Opened
# of Lines 1
# of Cars
Mileage
Gauge N/A
Stations 4
Power Center Rail
Fare Media None
Website
Data Date 2001
1st Visit 7/2001
Last Visit 5/2013
% Rode 100%

US Transit > Central > Denver
Denver International Airport
People Mover "Subway"

Airport Subway

DIA is the world's largest airport. Dallas/Fort Worth and Chicago O'Hare can fit inside DIA. DIA has three concourses with one main terminal. Everything is linked by an underground automated people mover. The trains are bi-directional and operates on two guide ways. They run on rubber tires with a center guidance and power rail.

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Looking down the subway (7/10/01) A Gates Station (7/10/01)
Doors closing (7/10/01) The atrium overlooking the "subway" at concourse 'A'. I'm glad the trains don't run on these rails. (07/01)
B Gates Station (10/08/09) C Gates Station (5/22/13)
C Gates Station (5/22/13)
Terminal station (5/22/13) Terminal station (5/22/13)
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