Service Changes

RTD implements service changes to modify and improve bus and rail schedules three times a year, typically in January, May and August. Changes are based on analysis of traffic patterns, ridership, economic factors, and community feedback, and help us enhance service for our customers by enabling better connections between bus, rail, and specialty services.

Proposed May 2024 Service Changes

RTD is proposing service changes to enhance reliability, improve on-time performance, address seasonal school adjustments, and accommodate major rail reconstruction projects.

The proposed changes will take effect Sunday, May 26 and are currently being reviewed by RTD’s Board of Directors which will meet Tuesday, Feb. 27. To learn more about the proposed changes, a copy of the meeting agenda is available on the RTD Board calendar.

Customer feedback is important to ensure a more efficient and responsive system, and RTD provides several methods to ensure everyone has a chance to make their voice heard.

Two virtual meetings (held on Microsoft Teams) and one in-person meeting (held at RTD headquarters) will take place on the following dates/times:

Public Meeting #1 (Virtual)

Wednesday, March 6: Noon

Meeting Link

Teams Meeting ID: 241 710 479 599

Passcode: f23ASf

Public Meeting #2 (In Person)

Wednesday, March 6: 5:30 p.m.

1660 Blake St., Denver, CO 80202

Public Meeting #3 (Virtual)

Thursday, March 7: Noon

Meeting Link

Teams Meeting ID: 239 722 614 759

Passcode: avqD3P

Service Change Contact Info

Call: 303-299-2004 

Fax: 303-299-2227

Email: [email protected]

More Information

As traffic continues to worsen across the Denver metro area, RTD makes changes to our bus and rail system that are necessary in order to provide the most productive and efficient transit system for our passengers and the communities we serve.

Bus Stop Consolidation

As traffic continues to worsen across the Denver metro area, RTD makes changes to our bus and rail system that are necessary in order to provide the most productive and efficient transit system for our passengers and the communities we serve.

Learn more about consolidation

Service Development Division

This division is responsible for service planning, scheduling, runcutting, service monitoring, service performance evaluation, and implementation coordination of all RTD services.

Learn more about RTD's Service Development Division