Additionally, there's tons of other apps that simply work in a bigger city because it is a bigger market, like food delivery, grocery delivery, etc.
Now, going into 2020 many of these apps and startups have expanded to the smaller cities and although Santa Fe only has a population of 70,000 compared to Denver's 3,000,000, there is still more conveniences.
With public transportation, I actually though that they are not competitively priced in Denver. For example, when going to the airport, a family of four from my house in Denver would have to each pay $9, walk to the lightrail, and go the long way to downtown, and then transfer to take the airport train. That's $36, where an uber that picks you up at the house is about the same. Public transportation is a great option, but only if itis priced competitively in exchange for the inconvenience of it not picking you up outside.
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