DENVER (CBS4) – On Monday, RTD’s newest commuter rail line, the N line, officially started rolling — connecting Denver’s Union Station, Commerce City, Northglenn and Thornton.
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The 1st stop on the new @RideRTD N line is the National Western Center station! It gives residents of Elyria-Swansea and Globeville easy access to downtown & points north. In the future, it'll be a great way to visit us, including the @NationalWestern Stock Show & @CSUSpur! pic.twitter.com/CusnFC9pgR
— National Western Center (@DiscoverTheWest) September 21, 2020
Service on the N Line is free for the first a week, then on Sept. 28, it will cost $3 for a one-way trip, as part of a ridership promotional offer.READ MORE: Parker Photographer Accused Of Scamming Clients, Associates
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The service is part of RTD’s voter approved FasTracks program to expand public transit in the Denver metro area. It’s forecast to serve up to 9,500 passengers a day, however during this pandemic, ridership was revised to 8,100.