Connecting Westminster to Downtown and beyond
The B Line to Westminster brings new, reliable and quick commuter rail service between downtown Denver and Westminster Station. The 6 miles of commuter rail transports riders from the historic center of Westminster to the dynamic Union Station Transit Center where they can connect to the C/D, E, and W light rail lines, the new University of Colorado A Line to Denver International Airport, as well as Local and Regional buses, and the FreeMallRide and FreeMetroRide downtown shuttles.
How much does it cost?
Travel on the B Line will be a Local fare ($3.00) between Westminster Station and Union Station. Travel on the B Line beyond Union Station will require either Regional fare ($5.25) or Airport fare ($10.50) depending on your destination. Discount fares apply for those who are eligible. To learn more about RTD’s fares, visit our fare page.
The 41st & Fox Station and Pecos Junction Station are now serving the B Line in addition to the G Line. These additional stops will provide B Line riders connections to nearby communities, Arvada and Wheat Ridge. Additionally this will provide more frequent options for reaching Union Station. These new stops will add three extra minutes to the ride between Westminster and downtown Denver.
Parking Your Car:
Parking fees at RTD Park-n-Rides depends on if your car is registered within the RTD service area. Check out how to park.
If your vehicle is registered within the RTD service area, parking at RTD Park-n-Rides is free for the first 24 hours. After 24 hours, a $2.00 daily fee applies. You must pay before getting on the train.
If your vehicle is registered out of district, a $4.00 daily fee applies. You must pay before getting on the train.
Vehicles may not be parked continuously for longer than 30 consecutive days. Vehicles parked greater than 30 consecutive days without being moved may be subject to ticketing and towing at the owner's expense.
The Future of the B Line
The start of great things to come!
Westminster Station represents the centerpiece of the South Westminster revitalization project that will bring new open space along Little Dry Creek as well as high density and mixed use development projects that will surround and enrich the Westminster Station.
Additionally, the B Line to Westminster is the first segment of future rail construction that will one day connect Union Station to Longmont, passing through Broomfield, Louisville, Boulder and Gunbarrel, which is part of the FasTracks program.