RTD welcomes customers for MLB All-Star events

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Rail lines provide connections to activities; customers should plan ahead 

The Regional Transportation District (RTD) is ramping up to welcome local and national spectators to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game activities. Rail lines are an easily accessible option for reaching the downtown area and the Coors Field ballpark. As with any major event where RTD is moving large amounts of people at one time, there will be a certain amount of waiting, so patience and planning will be essential. 

Activities are planned every day from July 9-13. RTD will add light rail and commuter rail cars to regularly scheduled trips on event days to increase capacity, and will back-up scheduled bus service as necessary and as resources allow. RTD ambassadors will be available at the Convention Center Station and Denver Union Station commuter rail and light rail platforms to assist customers. 

Due to the ongoing pandemic service schedule, customers should note that some bus and rail services remain suspended. Customers must wear a mask as face coverings are still required when riding public transit, per federal mandate.   

Below are some of the specific service changes to be aware of: 

July 10 All-Star 5K Run/Walk service impacts 

Due to the All-Star 5K run on Saturday July 10, there will be detours on the following bus routes: 0, 6, 9, 10, 16, 52 and 83. 

July 13 All-Star Gameday rail service 

To accommodate crowds following the All-Star Game, extra rail service will run later from Union Station. The following is a list of times for final train departures from Union Station: 

  • University of Colorado A Line: 12:30 a.m. 
  • B Line: 11:09 p.m. 
  • G Line: 12:00 a.m. 
  • N Line: 12:15 a.m. 
  • W Line: 10:58 p.m. 
  • E Line: 11:30 p.m. 
  • Train from Union Station to Littleton•Mineral (C Line): 11:15 p.m. 


RTD Commemorative Pass Rectangle
MLB and RTD commemorative fare card 

RTD is marking the occasion with a limited-edition transit card featuring MLB and RTD branding available while supplies last. The plastic reloadable fare card, available at RTD sales outlets, will be free of charge but contains no initial value. It can be loaded at RTD sales outlets and local King Soopers and Safeway stores. 

  • RTD Sales Outlets 
  • Civic Center Station – 1550 Broadway  
  • Denver Union Station Bus Concourse – 1700 Wewatta St, 
  • Downtown Boulder Station – 1400 Walnut St.  
  • Denver International Airport – Level 1 Transit Center 

 The best way to keep up-to-date on service is to follow the RTD Twitter account at @RideRTD and to sign up for Rider Alerts. For route and schedule information, please call RTD’s Telephone Information Center at 303.299.6000. Call 303.299.6089 for the speech and hearing impaired. Visit RTD’s website at RTD-Denver.com