Art-n-Transit

Bus Stations and Transfer Facilities

Civic Center Station

Untitled

Untitled

Artist : Douglas Kornfeld
Dedication Date: 2002

A ceramic tile wall mural is 50' x 7' and is installed inside the station between Gates 1 and 2. The mural, depicting two arms reaching out to shake hands, is made up of more than 3,500 tiles. Each handmade tile has an international person symbol glazed onto its surface depicting the physical and psychological diversity of RTD's passengers. The mural symbolizes the movement when a passenger is transformed, by a handshake, from an anonymous traveler into a unique person at the beginning or end of a journey.

Colfax and Federal Bus Transfer Facility

Benches

Benches

Artist : Bob Luna
Dedication Date: 2008

These arc style benches are topped with the mosaic tile work of artist Bob Luna. The benches are located in the center of the plaza.

Colfax and Federal Bus Transfer Facility

Butterfly Hope Windscreen

Butterfly Hope Windscreen

Artist : Children from Cheltenham Elementary
Dedication Date: 2006

The facility windscreen features hand-painted tiles of local landmarks created by children from Butterfly Hope, an art program sponsored by local Cheltenham Elementary. This project was supervised by artist Bob Luna. The windscreen is west of the bus gates in the plaza area.

Tufts Flyover

Universal Travel

Universal Travel

Artist : Susan Cooper
Dedication Date: 2002

A wall sculpture symbolizes our orbital transportation systems. The travel systems depicted are the earth which travels in its orbit in one day, the moon which circles the earth in one month, and the sun around which the earth orbits in one year. This artwork can be seen by drivers traveling along south Santa Fe Drive at Quincy.