Saturday work to affect G Line commuter rail service between RTD’s Wheat Ridge•Ward Road and Arvada Ridge stations

RTD will perform necessary maintenance that will affect commuter rail service on the G Line between Wheat Ridge•Ward Road and Arvada Ridge stations this weekend.  


The scheduled work, which will improve reliability and safety along the line, is scheduled to begin at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 6. Regular service on the G Line will resume Sunday, August 7.

During the work, bus shuttles will be in service to connect customers between affected rail stations. Customers may board bus shuttles at the following station gates:

  • Wheat Ridge•Ward Road Station – Gate A
  • Arvada Ridge Station – Gate A

RTD encourages customers to use its Trip Planner and Next Ride web apps to plan a trip and see bus and train locations in real time. Customers may also sign up for Service Alerts for specific route information.

A grant program created by Colorado Senate Bill 22-180 in partnership with the Colorado Energy Office enables RTD customers to use all services during the month of August without having to pay a fare. The Zero Fare for Better Air initiative includes bus, light rail, commuter rail, FlexRide microtransit and Access-a-Ride paratransit service.

Customers are encouraged to follow the agency’s Customer Code of Conduct while on RTD property. By displaying kindness to RTD frontline team members and to one another while using transit, customers help fortify RTD’s ability to provide high-quality service. 

G Line Disruption Map