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Hays is the largest city in the northwest quadrant of Kansas, located about five hours in driving time from both Denver and Kansas City. Although distances are lengthy to some destinations, Interstate 70 passes through the city, making travel by car convenient and safe. The Hays Regional Airport offers three commercial flights daily between the city and Denver International Airport. The city of Hays has just completed replacing the main runway, and other airport enhancements are in the planning stages. In cooperation with the U.S. Department of Transportation, city leaders are hopeful that the commercial flights will be converted to jet service in the coming year.
For student needs, Fort Hays State contracts with Tiger Transport to provide free transportation from campus to local retail stores in the community. Late night transportation with Safe Ride also gives students a secure way to return to campus.
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