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The public transportation system in Aurora is a bus system which is operated by the Regional Transportation District of Denver ( http://www.rtd-denver.com/). What this means is that the bulk of the transportation area served by this system is in Denver , not in Aurora . This does not mean, however, that public transportation is inefficient. In fact, for a city served by a system run by another city, the Aurora bus system is quite adequate. The additional benefit is that Aurora visitors who wish to explore the greater Denver area will be able to do so easily once they have begun navigating this bus system.
The bus system as a whole consists of local, limited, regional, express, and light rail buses. Aurora itself is served by local buses as well as by limited buses and by the D-line light rail system. Furthermore, Aurora takes part in the Call and Ride program which offers curb-to-curb transportation for travelers who call in advance and make appointments with the system. This can be useful for getting to off-the-beaten-path locations not served by other public transportation routes.The bus system is inexpensive, with one-way rides costing just $1.50 for adults with half-price fares for seniors, children and the disabled. This fare applies to local, limited and even “call and ride” transportation. Express routes cost slightly less than double the standard fare. There are discounted rates for ten ride ticket books as well as for monthly unlimited ride passes. All information can be obtained on the website.