Denver International Airport transportation

Posted by on Jul 29, 2012 in Blog, In the News | 0 comments

With all the construction at Denver International Airport, transportation for passengers has been largely affected. We want to keep you as up to date with this process as possible to ensure that your airport transportation with us goes smoothly. Because of the construction, how you will be dropped off and picked up from DIA has changed. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the changes made to drop off, curbside pick up, and ground transportation at DIA.

You can access the full website for the construction changes here. 

ATTENTION LIMOUSINE PASSENGERS! Passengers traveling by limousine will experience some changes arriving at the airport. Impacts to commute:

  • There is no longer curbside drop-off
  • All drop-offs and pick-ups are in current designated median locations on Level 5 East and West
  • Public bus (RTD) and Pikes Peak/Mt. Elbert Parking shuttle passenger drop-off and pick-up are on Level 6 East
  • Please plan additional time – thank you!


ATTENTION PUBLIC BUS AND PARKING SHUTTLE RIDERS! Public bus (RTD) and Pikes Peak/Mt. Elbert Parking shuttle passenger drop-offs and pick-ups are on Level 6 East.

Additionally, there will no longer be curbside drop-off on Level 5 East or West where limousines are located. All public bus and parking shuttle drop-offs and pick-ups will be in current designated median locations on Level 6 East.

Why is this happening? DIA is reconstructing the south Level 4, 5 and 6 bridges as part of the South Terminal Redevelopment Program. The Program will complete the original vision of the airport, which includes adding a hotel and a Public Transit Center to house the Regional Transportation District (RTD) East Rail Line station connecting DIA to downtown Denver.

Celebrating 20 years of Transportation Services

Posted by on Jun 14, 2012 in In the News | 0 comments

We are honored to be celebrating 20 years of transportation services. Loveland, CO has been an amazing support for us as we have grown over the years. The Report Herald recently wrote an article on how we are still going strong after all this time.

Here is the story was recently published on our 20 years in the transportation industry. You can read it on the Reporter Herald’s website here.


Loveland’s Summit Limousines still climbing after 20 years in business

Company launched by owners of former Summit Restaurant
By Craig Young Reporter-Herald Staff Writer
Posted:   06/08/2012 02:20:54 PM MDT

Kim Galloway, owner of Summit Limousines, leans on a Hummer stretch limo, with a nearby white limousine reflected on the side, outside the Loveland business on Friday. ( Craig Young )

LOVELAND — A Loveland limousine company that a restaurateur launched “to give guests a treat” is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month – more than 10 years after the restaurant closed.

Summit Limousines owner Kim Galloway said her late husband, Tim Galloway, was co-owner of the Summit Restaurant at 3208 W. Eisenhower Blvd. when he and his partner started Summit Limousines in June 1992.

“We bought a small six-passenger to give guests a treat, and it just grew from there,” Galloway said. That first limo, a 1984 Cadillac stretch, was white with brown velour interior, she said.

The restaurant closed a month after 9/11, but the limo company grew, she said.

Her husband, who died of cancer last November at age 55, had taken a job as a Frontier Airlines flight attendant, so she came on full-time as office manager in 2006.

The old white Caddy is gone, but Summit now has a fleet of 12, including sedans, an executive van, SUV limos, stretch Lincoln limos and a Hummer stretch limo.

The company employs 11 drivers, seven of whom are full-time, and a part-time office worker.

“Seventy-five percent of the business is our corporate clientele,” Galloway said. “On any given Monday, we’ll have 26 trips to the airport in sedans.”

Although the company felt a dip during the recession, it still did well because companies continued to use Summit’s services, she said. High-level company officials’ time became more valuable, she said, so they would use their time in the back of the sedan on the way to the airport to conduct business.

Summit also drives people for special occasions such as weddings and concerts. “We do sporting packages – Cheyenne Frontier Days is always huge, and the Greeley Stampede, things like that.”

“We just try to do what we do really well, and we get a lot of repeat business and referrals, and the company just grows and grows and grows.”

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Craig Young can be reached at 635-3634 or Follow him on Twitter, @CraigYoungRH.