Boulder Junction at Depot Square Station


On August 16, 2015, this brand new transit center opened for service. Boulder Junction provides an east Boulder end destination for RTD services, connecting with the local bus service in Boulder, as well as access to the multiple Regional and Express routes available from the six Park-n-Rides along US 36.

Project Overview


This 160-acre redevelopment area in Boulder is a mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented neighborhood with regional transit connections and public spaces that will benefit the community for years to come.

About the Project

Station Information

Address and Hours

3175 Pearl Parkway, Boulder

  • Hours of Operation:
  • 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  • Closed 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. for Lunch

Parking at Boulder Junction

The parking garage has 386 parking spaces, with 75 spaces reserved for RTD patrons. Daily parking is free for patrons that live within the RTD district. Parking for out-of-district patrons is only $4.00 per day. Get more information on RTD's parking policy.


There are 27 bike racks, capable of holding 54 bikes, throughout the development and available for RTD riders.

Transit Oriented Development

About the Station

Boulder Junction is a 45,655 square foot underground bus facility that has six bus bays, a fully staffed ticket sales/information booth and is patrolled by RTD security 24-hours a day.

The underground bus facility is located beneath the apartments and parking garage, with access via a pedestrian breezeway, called the Paseo, from Pearl Parkway. Vehicles can access the facility by way of Junction Place. Additionally, pedestrians and bikes may access the development from the new Goose Creek Bridge, which connects to businesses on 33rd Street across the creek.

Depot Square developer Pedersen Development also rehabilitated the historic Boulder Train Depot, which is now a restaurant.