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
Market Street Station closed on May 11, and is now owned and maintained by the City of Denver
After 30 years in operation, Market Street Station permanently closed on May 11 and was replaced by the sleek, stylish, 22-gate underground bus facility at Union Station. See the new Union Station Bus Concourse.
Sixteen bus routes now run through the new world-class Union Station Bus Concourse. You will enjoy a bright, bold and spacious new bus facility with easy connections to light rail, the Free MallRide and commuter rail (in 2016). Service began at Union Station Bus Concourse, located at 1700 Wewatta Street in Denver, on May 11 at 2:01 am.
While changing your habits might be hard, your daily commute did not change much with the opening of Union Station. All of the routes that used to run through Market Street Station now run through the Union Station Bus Concourse, conveniently located just 3 blocks from Market Street Station at 1700 Wewatta Street. The switch over to Union Station has brought major perks, too. The new Free MetroRide running along 18th and 19th streets makes convenient stops inside the bus concourse to ensure a quick commute across downtown, and the Free MallRide continues to stop just outside of Union Station.
As we strive to create the best-transit experience, we've made significant changes in bus service to Union Station with the permanent closure of Market Street Station.
Several commercial carriers will run out of Union Station Transit Center, including:
Experience a new kind of transit hub. Union Station Transit Center opened in LoDo on May 9, conveniently bringing together a new underground bus concourse, light rail, new free downtown bus service, and (in 2016) commuter rail all in one location.
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