The N Line will take passengers from Union Station to Thornton in 29 minutes.
The Central Rail Line Extension would extend the current rail line in downtown Denver north to the University of Colorado A Line and create a new line of service called the L Line.
Denver's train to the plane opened on April 22, 2016, providing easy, affordable, and reliable connections between downtown Denver, Denver International Airport, and the many communities along I-70.
The B Line transports riders from the historic center of Westminster to the dynamic Union Station in downtown Denver in less than 15 minutes.
The Southwest Rail Line opened in July 2000 as an 8.7 mile extension of rail from I-25 & Broadway to Mineral Avenue.
E F R SOUTHEAST RAIL EXTENSION
The Southeast Rail Line Extension extends the E, F and R Lines service south to Lone Tree.
The G Line brings faster, more frequent service to Denver, Arvada, and Wheat Ridge. The 11-mile commuter rail line offers greater connections to more destinations while transporting passengers from Wheat Ridge to Union Station in 27 minutes.
The L Line downtown loop opened January 14, 2018. The L Line Loop replaced the D Line between the 18th & Stout Station and the 30th & Downing Station, and runs on existing track acting as a "loop" around downtown.
The R Line opened on February 24, 2017 and transports riders from southeast Denver through Aurora with connection to the University of Colorado A Line at Peoria Station.
The first FasTracks rail line opened on April 26, 2013, bringing you 12.1 miles of new rail between Denver, Lakewood and Golden.
Bus Rapid Transit service on the Flatiron Flyer started January 3, 2016. The Flatiron Flyer provides frequent, reliable and predictable service between Denver and Boulder along US 36.
The new Union Station opened in the heart of LoDo on May 9, 2014. Union Station includes a new 22-gate underground bus concourse and the new commuter rail platforms.
Mallride FREE MALLRIDE
Experience the sights and sounds of downtown Denver with the Free 16th Street MallRide.
Metroride FREE METRORIDE
The Free MetroRide began high-frequency rush-hour service between Union Station and Civic Center on May 12, 2014.
Quality of Life Study
The Quality of Life (QoL) Study is RTD's data-driven evaluation of progress toward meeting the FasTracks Program goals. The QoL Study focuses on the “quality of life” in the context of those areas most affected by transit improvements and those specifically addressed in the FasTracks Plan: mobility, environment, economic activity, development, and land use.
Transit-Oriented Development Projects
Development at and around the system's transit stations is an exciting element of the FasTracks program. As the Denver region's public transit agency, RTD plays an important role in the implementation of Transit-Oriented Development (TOD). TOD is characterized by a pedestrian-oriented environment that allows people to live, work, shop and play in places accessible by transit.
FasTracks in Focus
Northwest Area Mobility Study
The 13-month Northwest Area Mobility Study started in May 2013 and developed a prioritized list of mobility improvements for the Northwest area of RTD's service area.
Eagle P3 Public-Private Partnership
The Eagle P3 public-private partnership is being utilized to complete the East Rail Line, Gold Line, commuter rail maintenance facility, and the Northwest Rail Line Westminster segment.
Commuter Rail has arrived in Denver
Commuter rail is a new, faster, heavier type of train that opened for service on the East and Northwest rail lines in 2016. Service began on the G Line through Arvada and Wheat Ridge in April 2019.