GHSA's 2021 Annual Meeting, Moving Mountains: Forging a New Traffic Safety Landscape, will take place at the Sheraton Denver Downtown in Denver, Colorado.
Sheraton Denver Downtown
1550 Court Pl.
Denver, CO 80202
Fresh off a complete renovation, the Sheraton Denver Downtown is situated in the heart of the city, along the popular 16th Street Mall. Meeting attendees have easy access to shopping, dining, nightlife and entertainment. Hotel guests can access a heated rooftop pool, 5,000-square foot fitness center and multiple dining options.
GHSA has secured a block of rooms at the Sheraton at a discounted room rate of $219/night plus tax, subject to availability. These rates are available through August 25, or until the block is sold out, whichever comes first.
Book online at https://book.passkey.com/go/GHSA2021 or by calling the Sheraton Reservations toll-free number at 888-236-2427 and letting them know you are attending the Governors Highway Safety Association Annual Meeting.
Airport Ground Transportation
Denver International Airport (DEN) is located 25 miles from downtown Denver. Taxicab service from the airport to downtown is offered at a flat rate of $56. Ride-hailing services are available on Level 5 and cost approximately $40. Several shared shuttle services are available to downtown Denver hotels, starting around $30 one-way.
The quickest transportation option to downtown is the Regional Transportation District (RTD) A Line commuter train, which runs every 15 minutes during peak travel hours (and every 30 minutes at other times) from the airport Transit Center to Denver Union Station. An unlimited travel day pass is available for $10.50.
On-site parking at the Sheraton is $40 per day. A variety of car rental companies service the airport.
RTD operates MallRide, a free shuttle along downtown’s 16th Street Mall, as well as 10 light rail lines and numerous bus routes. The RTD website provides detailed information on routes, schedules and fares at www.rtd-denver.com.
Nestled against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, adventure awaits you in Denver. Urban explorers can check out Denver’s many unique neighborhoods on foot, by bike, or by rail. LoDo (Lower Downtown), the city’s oldest neighborhood, is home to some of the best-known restaurants, galleries, shops and boutiques. Spark your creativity by taking in Denver’s diverse art scene with museums and public murals.
There are endless opportunities for nature lovers just outside the city’s core. Take a short trip to Dinosaur Ridge to see dinosaur bones from the Jurassic period or head to Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre for spectacular rock formations, valleys and a natural meadow. Take a scenic and safe drive along the historic Lariat Loop to see the Fall colors.
No matter what excites you, Denver has it. Come see all the Mile High City has to offer!
Start planning your visit now at www.denver.org.
What to Wear
The average temperatures in Denver in September are 82° F (high) and 50° F (low). Meeting attire is business casual. We recommend dressing in layers, as hotel meeting room temperatures can fluctuate. Casual attire is appropriate for all social events.
Contact Amadie Hart at email@example.com or 202-580-7933.