G Line Testing Underway, Anticipated Opening Later This YearThe Regional Transportation District resumed testing on its Gold Line on Tuesday morning.
RTD Resumes Testing Of G Line To Wheat RidgeAn administrative judge has ruled that the Regional Transportation District can resume testing on its Gold Line.
G Line Testing To Begin SoonRTD has received the green light to start testing the Gold Line. The G Line runs from Union Station north near Pecos Street, then west through Arvada and Wheat Ridge.
Take A Tour Of RTD's Commuter Rail CarsPart of RTD's new commuter line to Denver International Airport is on display at Union Station.
RTD's First Commuter Rail Cars Arrive In DenverFour of RTD's first commuter rail cars arrived in Denver on Friday.
Arvada Breaks Ground On RTD Transit HubOfficials broke ground on Thursday on the RTD transit hub in Arvada's Olde Town district.
RTD Electric Commuter Rail Cars Begin Journey To DenverThe first rail cars that will be part of RTD's electric commuter rail lines have left the assembly plant in Philadelphia on their journey to Denver.
Getting Around The Renovated Union Station: A How-To GuideWith the excitement that surrounded Denver Union Station's grand opening over the weekend, people who don't normally use public transportation may be taking a second look at the option.
Federal Boulevard Closure Marks Significant Progress On FasTracksFederal Boulevard has a week of closures between 56th and 60th avenues while crews work on the Gold Line as part of the Regional Transportation District’s FasTracks project.
Denver's Union Station Renovation Watched Around the WorldThe Union Station redevelopment in Denver is being watched by transportation developers around the nation and around the world for its contemporary design and emphasis on commuter-friendly transit.
RTD Breaks Ground On New North Metro Rail LineRTD broke ground on the new North Metro Rail Line for the latest phase of FasTracks on Thursday.
West Line Opening Only Beginning For Light Rail ExpansionVoters overwhelmingly approved a huge expansion of light rail in the Denver metro area in 2004. Nine years after FasTracks was approved the West Line started running.