The H Line extension opens along side the R Line on February 24 and will extend service from Nine Mile Station to Iliff Station and Florida Station.
Find out more about the R Line & H Line extension
We welcome bikes on all of our light rail trains, no permit necessary. Bikes are allowed on light rail at any time on a space-available basis and at designated doors only.
We welcome bikes on all of our commuter rail trains, no permit necessary. Bikes are allowed on commuter rail at any time on a space-available basis.
Discover how easy it is to take your bike along for the ride. All buses are equipped with bike racks on the front of the bus, except for the 16th Street Free MallRide and Free MetroRide. Our easy-to-use bike racks can hold two bikes and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Our bike racks can hold adult and child bikes and can accommodate tires up to 2.35 inches in width. RTD is not responsible for lost or stolen bikes or damage to bikes due to improper loading.
Are you a bus or light rail passenger who needs regular secure storage for your bike? Then rent one of our bike lockers located at most Park-n-Rides and stations. Each locker holds one bike and all your bike gear.Find bike locker locations
Each bike locker is $30 for a six-month lease with a one-time padlock fee of $20. First time renters need to turn in an initial lease agreement in person at Boulder Junction at Depot Square Station, Downtown Boulder Station, Civic Center Station, or Union Station.
Bike locker lease agreements must be renewed every 6 months. To renew a lease, please download the bike locker lease agreement renewal form and submit it along with the $30 lease fee, at the above locations or send it to RTD, 1600 Blake Street, CSS, Denver, CO 80202.
If we do not have a renewal agreement on file by the 15th of the month following the expiration month, the padlock and any items found in the locker will be disposed of without further notice.
For your convenience, we offer bike trees and racks at many Park-n-Rides and stations. To use the bike tree, lift your bike and place the rim of the front wheel over the black horizontal peg located on the top bar of the rack. The bike frame and both wheels can be locked to the rack.
Please note: do not leave bicycle locks attached to bike racks without a bicycle as they may be removed without notice.
Bus-then-Bike Shelters provide long-term, secure and weather-protected bicycle storage for commuters making connections to and from transit. Commuters can combine a bus trip and bike ride by keeping a bike in the shelter overnight or during the day and biking the first or final mile to or from a transit stop.
Currently operated by Boulder County, Bus-then-Bike shelters are available at the following locations:
For an access card, sign up at BusThenBike.com
Bus, bike, or train, we love all kinds of alternative transportation. With RTD bike sharing from Denver and Boulder B-cycle and Zagster in Westminster, area residents can get from point A to point B without ever getting into a car. You can ride your bike from home, park it at an RTD facility, and use a bike share to get to your destination.Get rolling today with B-cycle in Boulder Get rolling today with B-cycle in Denver Ride Bikes & Trikes with Zagster in Westminster
To learn more about bike locker rentals please stop by Boulder Junction at Depot Square Station, Downtown Boulder Station, Civic Center Station, or Union Station Bus Concourse, or just pick up the phone and give us a call.
We're here to make it easy to take your bike for a ride. Feel free to contact us with questions.