Transportation Departments in Colorado

There are 149 Transportation Departments in Colorado, serving a population of 5,436,519 people in an area of 103,614 square miles. There is 1 Department of Transportation per 36,486 people, and 1 Department of Transportation per 695 square miles.

The state of Colorado is ranked 15th in Transportation Departments per capita, and 35th in Transportation Departments per square mile.

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Colorado Transportation Statistics

Find Colorado Means of Transportation To Work and Commute Transportation Times. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2017 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

Colorado Means of Transportation To Work
 ColoradoUnited States
Total Workers (Age 16+)2,539,212141,404,632
Car, Truck, or Van2,312,824127,053,717
Car, Truck, or Van - Drive Alone2,062,986113,464,765
Car, Truck, or Van - Carpool249,83813,588,952
Car, Truck, or Van - Carpool, 2 Person187,75910,369,973
Car, Truck, or Van - Carpool, 3+ People62,0793,218,979
Public Transportation (Excluding Taxi)86,5177,607,907
Bus or Trolley Bus69,3723,775,804
Streetcar or Trolley Car, Subway or Elevated12,1682,909,054
Railroad or Ferry Boat4,977923,049
Walking78,1984,049,337
Taxi, Motorcycle, Bicycle, or Other Means61,6732,693,671
Colorado Commute Transportation Times
 ColoradoUnited States
Less than 10 Minutes326,33317,921,724
10 to 14 Minutes348,94019,241,335
15 to 19 Minutes396,57321,633,308
20 to 24 Minutes387,67520,585,782
25 to 29 Minutes171,8308,998,679
30 to 34 Minutes355,23819,345,968
35 to 44 Minutes176,9789,634,261
45 to 59 Minutes198,12411,464,394
60 Minutes or More177,52112,579,181