RTD opens the 12.1-mile, $707 million “W” light-rail line from downtown Denver to Golden on April 26, and it’s expected to be a game-changer in several ways.
The Regional Transportation District is displaying a “Bus Rapid Transit” or BRT bus over the next couple of days.
RTD is displaying a generation of bus they hope to use in the area in the near future. They are called Bus Rapid Transit or BRT and are customized to the needs off the community.
RTD will open its first FasTracks line April 26 of next year, eight months ahead of schedule. RTD General Manager Phil Washington stopped by the CBS4 Morning News to make the announcement.
Progress continues on FasTracks West Light Rail Line. RTD broke ground Wednesday on a new parking structure in Lakewood for the line.
The Regional Transportation District board unanimously approved the FasTracks plan for the northwest metro area on Monday.
Testing began Thursday on the West Light Rail Line that connects downtown Denver to Jefferson County.
After complaints from commuters to the northwest, there’s now a new plan on the table to keep commuter trains heading northwest as part of RTD’s FasTracks plan.
Frustration is growing as RTD considers major changes to the FasTracks rail expansion. Since 2005, taxpayers have been paying for a rail line they may never get.
A group of residents from the north side of the Denver metro area wants to make sure they get the commuter rail they have been promised.