This video celebrates the tremendous job RTD employees did during a challenging time. As RTD reached several milestones last year, each one reminded us that a vision can still become a reality.
Watch the media event coverage for Debra A. Johnson, RTD's first female GM and CEO.
Watch the grand opening ceremony for the N Line to Thornton, Colorado.
This tells the story of the N Line. Interim GM & CEO Paul Ballard, RTD Directors Buzek and Whitmore, and many other elected officials provide commentary to help tell the story.
Watch one of our commuter rail trains pass over 13 miles of track in 45 seconds.
New shields are an important safety tool created by RTD staff to protect against COVID-19.
Take a sneak peek at our electrical box art installation at our Eastlake / 124th station along the N Line, thanks to Banner, Signs and Decals.
Learn more about RTD's efforts to get our region moving again in response to COVID-19.
Learn more about mounting your bike on an RTD bus properly and safely.
As a reminder during this pandemic, we ask you to be our partners in safety and keep our community safe by wearing a mask properly.
RTD's upholstery shop has made over 500 face coverings for employees. This helps keep them and passengers safe.
Director Menten, District M, thanks volunteers who helped make masks for RTD personnel during COVID-19.
Learn more about how our Access-A-Ride services assisted those with receiving their groceries during COVID-19.
RTD participated in #SoundTheHorn, a nationwide effort to honor public transportation workers who are helping provide service during COVID-19.
Hear from Director Natalie Menten on how we are working together to supply our operators with masks, and how you can help too.
RTD Board of Directors Chair Angie Rivera-Malpiede won the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO)’s Celebrating Women Who Move the Nation Award.
For Women's History Month, RTD celebrates its female leaders and employees who make a difference every day.
Learn more about the bus cleaning efforts in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Learn more about the vehicle cleaning efforts in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus).
On January 24, a class of RTD's newest light rail operators gathered for a graduation ceremony, celebrating their completion of RTD's 11-week light rail training program.
Learn about the decision-making process in the Service Development Division for Service Changes, which occurs three times a year.
Learn how to use RTD's Mobile Ticketing App.
Enjoy an in-depth look at RTD's Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility!
Thanks to cooperation from other groups within Rail Operations, RTD was able to hire its largest class yet. Learn what light rail students have to do before they can operate on the main line. Light Rail Vehicle Operator Training Manager Rolando Medina walks through the steps of becoming a light rail operator.
We were thrilled to help William have an epic birthday and fulfill his wish of having a G Line themed birthday party!
Hear from Michael Ford, COO, speak on how communication, core values and collaborative environments contribute to our vision forward here at RTD.
Public engagement will be a key element during our two-year Reimagine RTD process. Through your feedback, we will identify gaps and propose solutions to provide mobility options people desire for the future. Watch the video to learn how you can get involved.
RTD's first light rail line opened on October 7, 1994. Join us as we commemorate 25 years of connecting Denver area riders on the D Line. All aboard!
Learn about this year's Light Rail Rodeo including results for how AGM of Rail Operations Dave Jensen and Chief Safety and Security Officer Mike Meader did. All aboard!
Meet the challengers from the 2019 Bus Roadeo. See their driving skills in action as they navigate the obstacle course.
We've had 50 great years and are looking forward to the next 50 years! Thank you for helping us celebrate.
Learn more about the iconic Free MallRide. The 16th Street Mall opened in 1982 and continues to provide a valuable service to help those downtown get to their first and last mile destinations. With thanks to the Denver Public Library and Boston Public Library.
Eric Holcomb has driven the 15 along Colfax for the last 18 years and plans to do it for the next 12 years. His enthusiasm and character shine through this video--RTD is lucky to have him!