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.
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Big. Bold. Modern. Transit. Opening May 9, 2014
After being temporarily relocated during construction at Denver Union Station, Amtrak moved all passenger services and ticketing back to Union Station at 1701 Wynkoop St. on February 28, 2014. Read more
Things are changing at Denver's historic Union station faster than you can say "new commuter rail line." Check out what's happening here. Read more
RTD's Union Station Transit Center is a part of a $500 million dollar project to renovate the historic building, the rail lines leading into Union Station and the 14 surrounding city blocks. The grand opening of the bus concourse at Union Station will bring RTD's bus service into the heart of this renovation, creating a multi-modal transportation hub.
As a part of the world-class Union Station Transit Center, the bus concourse is a brand new 22-bay underground bus facility that will serve 14 distinct bus routes, and the new Free MetroRide, providing easy connections to all the transportation options available downtown.
The bus concourse at Union Station is a sleek and modern transit facility that stretches nearly 1,000 feet underground beneath 17th Street, between Chestnut Place and Wewatta Street. The new facility was built with an eye towards sustainability and is in the process of being certified as a LEED Silver building.
With the opening of the bus concourse at Union Station, the current downtown bus facility at Market Street Station will close. All buses that currently route through Market Street Station will utilize Union Station instead. Market Street Station will no longer be in operation as of May 11, 2014.
12:00 p.m at 17th & Wewatta St., in front of the new Wewatta Pavilion
1:00 - 5:00 p.m., along 17th St., between the light rail station and the historic building
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