RTD has more than 170 bus routes, a 14-mile light rail line, and a variety of special transportation services designed to meet your needs. When heading out of Denver, SkyRide can get you to DIA. SkyRide buses depart from each SkyRide stop at least once an hour (every 15 to 20 minutes from Stapleton), seven days a week, 365 days a year. Routes operate from approximately 4am to 12am. SkyRide also offers free parking, luggage assistance, and first-class comfort. SkyRides cost $4, $6, or $8 depending on where you are picked up. Whether heading downtown to shop and dine or to take in a local attraction the Light Rail is a fast and cost effective way to get there. You'll avoid the hassle and expense of parking in downtown Denver when you take Light Rail and you can park your car for free at one of seven light rail park-n-Ride lots. Trains run so frequently that you probably won't even need to consult a schedule. Trains operate daily, even on holidays. From 4am to 1am on weekdays, trains run every five minutes from the I-25/Broadway Light Rail Station and every 5 to 10 minutes from the Littleton/Mineral Light Rail Station at Mineral Avenue and Sante Fe Drive during peak periods. Service along Welton Street operates every 15 minutes during both peak and midday periods. Trains run every 15 minutes daily from 7:30pm until 11pm, and every 30 minutes from 11pm until 1am, including weekends and holidays. Don't miss kick off or the first pitch at a Denver Bronco or Colorado Rockies home game because you can't find a parking place. Get there using RTD's BroncosRide or RockiesRide, which picks up fans at more than 30 metro area park-n-ride lots where parking is free. Prices start at $3.