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FasTracks is a multi-billion dollar transit expansion plan to build 122 miles of new commuter rail and light rail, and 18 miles of bus rapid transit throughout the Denver metro area. See the FasTracks system map
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Posted by: Tara Miller • 09.01.14
The old saying of "short term pain for long term gain" is something to live by for some businesses affected by construction of new FasTracks rail lines
Posted by: Julia Marvin • 08.28.14
The CU vs. CSU game is on Friday, August 29, and RTD offers the best way to get to the stadium.
Posted by: Brenda Tierney • 08.28.14
Working the public information side of a rail line that's being built from the ground up is an incredibly challenging ... and rewarding job.
Posted by: Stephen Rijo • 08.28.14
A new study suggests there is a health benefit to using public transportation. It found transit commuters are slimmer than their counterparts who drive.
Posted by: Julia Marvin • 08.21.14
The USA Pro Challenge brings world famous cyclists to Boulder, Golden, Lakewood and Denver this Sunday. Come cheers the cyclists! Use RTD to get to the race and stay informed about RTD detours.
Posted by: Tina Jaquez • 08.14.14
RTD and it's partners are committed to building the safest and best rail lines in the industry. Part of making that happen is meticulous attention to detail and teams of experts go on constant "quality tours" to make sure the high standards are met.
Posted by: Lindsey Smith • 08.03.14
Artists have placed public artwork at stations up and down the W Line.
Posted by: Rebecca Tate • 07.22.14
Denver is fast-becoming a much more "walkable city" thanks to projects like RTD FasTracks and other major development around the region.
Posted by: Tara Miller • 07.10.14
Lois Seymour, who is terminally ill, contacted RTD with one last wish – to see the renovated Denver Union Station train hall. She got her wish in June.
Posted by: Michelle Brier • 07.01.14
It's intern season at RTD and we have some bright, young folks learning about FasTracks and RTD in general.
Posted by: Julia Marvin • 06.30.14
A recent SkyRide passenger lost his wallet on the way to airport and RTD employees came together to come to the rescue.
Posted by: Rebecca Tate • 06.29.14
A new app lets you and your neighbors share information with each other on social media.
Posted by: Michelle Brier • 06.15.14
Xcel Energy worked with RTD and I-225 Rail Line contractor Kiewit to create and build two custom power transmission towers near the Colfax Station.
Posted by: Libby Winter • 06.03.14
We have a great time meeting people and talking FasTracks and all things RTD at the cool community festivals taking place around the region. That was definitely the case at Thorntonfest, which featured everything from a battle of the bands to taking care of your critters.
Posted by: Z.J. Czupor • 06.02.14
Passengers could use RTD transit tokens right up until the end of 2013. Now they're becoming collectors' items, just like other tokens of the past. Here's an interesting read about tokens, and their physical and non-physical uses.
Posted by: Susan Johnson • 06.01.14
Light rail stations are much more than just a place to get on and off of trains. They also provide comfort, art, ambiance and spectacular themes to enjoy.
Posted by: Julia Marvin • 05.23.14
Want to know when the bus concourse will have cell service? When the Free MetroRide runs? What about what is happening to Market Street Station? We've got the answers to these questions and more!
Posted by: Michelle Brier • 05.20.14
Studies and pilot projects are stirring some interest and activity in the historic area northeast of downtown Denver.
Posted by: Deborah Méndez-Wilson • 05.19.14
RTD's State of Good Repair model could set a new standard for how transit agencies maintain their rolling stock and infrastructure for the long haul.
Posted by: Z.J. Czupor • 05.07.14
Train travelers run into Union Station in cities all across the country. It has to do with what happened way back in the 1800s. But Denver's Union Station is ready to handle all kinds of travelers now and for many generations to come.
Posted by: Julia Marvin • 05.01.14
This week marks the first year of service for the W Line. The W Line, which runs between the Jefferson County Government Center and Denver Union Station, was the first FasTrack rail project to be completed.
Posted by: Deborah Méndez-Wilson • 04.24.14
Similar to the tents at Denver Airport, the train hall canopy outside Union Station could be the Mile High City's next architectural icon.
Posted by: Rebecca Tate • 04.21.14
Where do you think Denver and Colorado rank in the nation when it comes to the number of people who bike and walk to work?
Posted by: Rebecca Tate • 04.21.14
Social media apps are launching that will dramatically improve your speed and efficiency in getting from point "A" to point "B" without using your car, whether you're in your home town or not.
Posted by: Z.J. Czupor • 04.20.14
This blog is called "On My Terms." It's a fun way to look at cool words and how they relate to public transportation and getting around in general.
Posted by: Marta Sipeki • 04.20.14
Bus Rapid Transit is a rapidly growing phenomenon with comparable capacity and service of rail but the flexibility and cost savings of a bus system.
Posted by: Brenda Tierney • 04.18.14
North Metro Rail Line Project Manager Ashland Vaughn knows what it's like to tackle a lot of tall challenges.
Posted by: John Elias • 04.17.14
An increasing number of people throughout the RTD region are using methods other than private cars to get where they're going.
Posted by: Deborah Méndez-Wilson • 04.15.14
There are so many things about FasTracks that are exciting for the entire RTD region. Imagine being a writer working for the program who already loves delving into the technology behind all of this stuff.
Posted by: Tina Jaquez • 04.15.14
That giant bridge that has gone up over the northbound lanes of I-225 north of Parker Road is an incredible structure that can carry two trains at the same time, among other things.
Posted by: Michelle Brier • 04.01.14
STAMP is not always something you use to mail a letter to your mom or your friend. In this case, it's an important acronym when it comes to development of new rail stations.
Posted by: Tara Miller • 04.01.14
Downtown Denver commuters will soon have a brand new way to get from one end of downtown to the other
Posted by: Kevin Flynn • 03.31.14
The East Rail Line has a connection to Denver air travel that goes much deeper than simply having Denver International Airport as its destination.
Posted by: Phil Washington • 03.27.14
RTD hit an impressive milestone in 2013 with over 101 million trips taken on our transit system. We're also excited to announce the launch of our blog, which will give you a behind-the-scenes look at RTD and what it takes to provide transportation to that many riders.
Posted by: Marta Sipeki • 03.26.14
The folks who are working on the Northwest corridor give us some insight into the little known secret that creates a great transit system
Posted by: Kerry Booth • 03.24.14
Three years of renovations at Denver Union Station are just about finished. It's a project that is transforming the entire Denver region.
Posted by: Julia Marvin • 02.24.14
The American Red Cross and RTD teamed up in 2013 to prepare for emergencies.
Posted by: Julia Marvin • 02.14.14
You never know where you might find the person you want to spend the rest of your life with. For Jean and Chuck, that place was a bus heading to Boulder.
Posted by: Julia Marvin • 02.13.14
Using RTD services to get where you need to go can have a positive impact on your health by increasing physical activity and reducing stress. In honor of Heart Health Month, here are Four Health Benefits of using Public Transportation.
Posted by: Julia Marvin • 01.16.14
Are you the biggest Broncos fan on the bus or light rail? Send us your pictures via social media showing your Broncos Pride while using RTD for the chance to win prizes.
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