Proposed January 2022 Service Changes

In addition to the effects COVID-19 has had on RTD’s system and ridership, activities such as traffic patterns, economic factors, and customer feedback affect the transit system every day. RTD continuously evaluates service levels and proposes service changes to maximize resources and increase system efficiencies. 

RTD is proposing service changes for January 2022 to improve on-time performance, increase service reliability, and support modest increases in ridership. There will be three (3) virtual public meetings held where RTD will present the details of the proposed changes and provide a platform for public feedback. Click below for details on the proposed changes, as well as the details on the virtual public meetings and other ways to submit your feedback.   

View the Proposed January 2022 Service Changes and Virtual Meeting Dates.

View the proposed January 2022 Service Changes
September 2021 Service Changes

To improve on-time performance, increase service reliability, and support modest increases in ridership, RTD will implement service changes that will take effect Sunday, September 5, 2021.  

View the September 2021 Service Changes

Bus Stop Consolidation

As traffic continues to worsen across the Denver metro area, RTD makes changes to our bus and rail system that are necessary in order to provide the most productive and efficient transit system for our passengers and the communities we serve. We have started consolidating bus stops that are underutilized or bus stops that are within close proximity to other bus stops.

Learn More About Consolidation

Service Development Division

This division is responsible for service planning, scheduling, runcutting, service monitoring, service performance evaluation, and implementation coordination of all RTD services.

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