All of us play a vital role in making our transit system a safer place. Be a hero in your community as one of our Partners in Safety.
The RTD Safety and Security Division has partnered with Homeland Security to create awareness of possible threats to our transit system.
Colorado law requires motorists to yield to the right-of-way to transit buses merging back into traffic after a bus stop.
For the safety, convenience, and comfort of everyone, RTD has established a Code of Conduct which addresses certain conduct that is prohibited on all RTD vehicles, facilities, and property.
The RTD Transit Police Division is committed to maintaining the safety and security of the metro area’s public transportation network.
We all need to work together to create awareness of safety issues and take actions that promote a safer environment around our buses, trains, tracks, and crossings.
Understanding the issues concerning suicide and mental health is an important way to take part in suicide prevention and changing the conversation around mental health.
RTD’s Night Stop Program allows you to get off the bus anywhere along a designated transit route that may be safer for you.
RTD Transit Security officers are committed to keeping our riders safe by providing a visible presence on our vehicles and at our transit centers and stations.