FasTracks is a multi-billion dollar transit expansion plan to build 122 miles of new commuter rail and light rail, and 18 miles of bus rapid transit throughout the Denver metro area. See the FasTracks system map
An overwhelming majority of Regional Transportation District (RTD) bus passengers who ride daily along U.S. 36 said they preferred to ride in an over-the-road coach bus.
The RTD Board of Directors adopted the recommendations from the 15-month long Northwest Area Mobility Study to find consensus to bring mobility improvements to that area.
Connecting Denver, Westminster, Broomfield and Boulder
The U.S. 36 project is a Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT)-led project that will bring 18 miles of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service between Downtown Denver and Boulder along U.S. 36. The FasTracks program includes funding for slip ramps and access improvements to Park-n-Rides along the corridor, along with transit-related improvements along U.S. 36.
This project is a part of the Northwest Area Mobility Study. Learn more about this research effort »
Want to see current photos, watch flyover videos of line, and read about the latest progress? Visit rtd-fastracks.com
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