Scheduled track inspections result in delays along southeast light rail corridor

Photo of the D line on the track in downtown Denver and a cyclist riding their bike next to the train.

RTD is currently operating light rail trains under speed restrictions along portions of the E, H, and R lines due to findings from recent track inspections. These measures, part of ongoing efforts to maintain safety and reliability across RTD's extensive 120-mile light rail network, prioritize prompt repairs based on issue severity and crew availability. Learn more.


RTD Police Department expands to 76 sworn officers

RTD transit police

RTD’s Transit Police Department (RTD-PD) has expanded its force to 76 sworn officers following three police academy graduations in May. With 17 new graduates joining the team, RTD is steadily progressing towards its goal of reaching a minimum of 119 officers by the end of the year. Read more.


K-9 Milo helps keep transit safe; RTD to add three more K-9s this year

RTD's K-9 Milo, alongside RTD-PD officer Corey Averill, diligently patrols the A Line, ensuring the safety of transit customers by detecting suspicious substances. K-9 Milo was born and raised to do police work. Averill emphasizes the exceptional dedication and bond between handler and K-9, highlighting Milo's relentless drive for the job. You can know more about Milo by clicking here.