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How to plan for 4th of July traffic

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Happy Birthday U.S.A! Every year families and friends get together to commemorate the Declaration of Independence. A fun filled holiday for everyone all across the country to enjoy! Don’t let traffic damper the mood! Plan your travel times in advance to avoid traffic along the I-70 corridor. Here’s how to plan for 4th of July Traffic!  

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Open for the summer season, Peak 1 Express is now running our 14-person Mercedes Sprinters service to and from Denver International Airport to Summit County and Eagle County. Our luxury vehicles are now equipped with complimentary water and WiFi while you sit back and relax.     

Don’t spoil your vacation and check travel times before voyaging on I-70! Starting the first week of June through Labor day I-70 begins to see more and more travelers. Summer construction is up and running which may affect your travel times. With 4th of July falling on a Saturday this year prepare yourself for Sunday eastbound traffic starting around 11:am with a 4:00pm peak time. 

Summit County and Vail have great local craft breweries to enjoy a nice Sunday meal before making your heading back to the Front Range with us. Dillon Dam Brewery and Pug Ryan’s are right off I-70, just slightly south of Silverthorne. A great Mexican restaurant located in Frisco is Fiesta Jalisco Restaurant great for families and large parties. 

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Summit County works tirelessly to accommodate locals and visitors with our free public transportation on Summit Stage bus system serving Breckenridge, Frisco, Silverthorne, Dillon, and Keystone. The bus system runs 365 days a year, 7 days a week and runs at least once an hour. Save money and allow public transportation to take you to your destination hassle free!    

Breck FREE Ride is a great local source for transportation around Breckenridge and surrounding cities. These color coded routes make it easy for everyone to use! Yellow, Purple, Black, Orange and Brown service a wide area of Breck for your convenience. Pick up a map and route schedule inside at Breckenridge Transfer Station.      

Don’t stuck in the long harsh 4th of July traffic this year and plan accordingly!