The RTD rail system operates 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, offering 6 rail lines servicing 46 stations along the Denver's Southeast, Southwest, and West rail cooridors. Where do you want to go today?


Whether you are traveling early in the morning, late at night, or during the typical rush hour, rail has you covered. Service varies by line. Review the schedules and start riding the rails.

Combined schedules




1-2 zones



3 zones



Airport zone

Discounts and passes

Discount fares are available for those who qualify. Purchasing passes and ticket books will save you time and money. Explore your options and choose the one that’s right for you.

How to Ride

New to RTD? Once you've tried it, you'll find that rail is the fast, comfortable, and convenient way to get around. Read our How to Ride guide to start riding like a regular.


RTD's six rail lines stop at 46 stations, including major hot spots like the Theatre District, Convention Center, Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Pepsi Center, the 16th Street Mall, and Park Meadows Mall. Hop on board and get where you need to go fast - 55 mph, no stop lights, no traffic, fast.

Enjoy more service in 2016. The University of Colorado A Line, and the B, G and R lines open in 2016, which will more than double the size of our current rail system.
Learn more about where the new rail lines will go and when they open

Rail Map

RTD Rail Map: RTD's rail system consists of 6 lines: the C, D, E, F, H and W line. The C and D line travel through Denver, Englewood, Sheridan and Littleton. The E and F lines travel through Denver, Greenwood Village, Centennial and Lone Tree. The H line travels through Denver and Aurora. The H line travels through Denver and Aurora. The W line travels through Denver, Lakewood, and Golden. View the entire RTD system on the interactive System Map

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