CommunityWe make lives better through connections. Community members have meaningful opportunities to participate in and influence planning and decision-making at RTD.
The RTD CommunityOur Community Engagement Team hosts public meetings, attends community events and festivals and provides presentations to groups interested in learning more about transit services.
Jerry Jimenez - December 2023
Rad Things (to) Do – DecemberDespite the unseasonably warm weather, the holiday season is in full swing around the metro area, and there is no shortage of ways to get festive in the 303 this year.
RTD Zero Fare for Better Air positively impacted greenhouse gas emissions, air quality in July and AugustInitiative led to an estimated reduction of more than 9 million vehicle miles traveled during peak ozone months
Annual Parade of Lights to affect RTD bus, rail service in downtown Denver
A new era of comfort: new light rail seat covers being installed
RTD gives thanks for Denver restaurateur, humanitarian and community benefactor “Daddy” Bruce Randolph
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Civil Rights Division
The Civil Rights Division ensures that RTD upholds the civil rights of the agency's employees and customers.
Working across agency departments and with diverse community partners, together we proactively pursue fairness, inclusion and equal opportunities in employment and small business development while also striving to provide historically underrepresented communities with equal access to public transit services and programs.Discover the RTD Civil Rights Division here