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US 36 & Broomfield park-n-Ride

US36On May 2, 2010, the US 36 & Broomfield park-n-Ride, located near the 1ST BANK Center (formerly the Broomfield Event Center) replaced the existing Broomfield park-n-Ride. The new park-n-Ride and bus only slip ramps will provide commuters with more parking and a smoother commute into Boulder and Denver. A new pedestrian bridge will provide safe access across US 36.

The old Broomfield park-n-Ride was moved from its location at Wadsworth and 120th Avenue to a new location at Wadsworth and Arista Place (8010 Transit Way) and was renamed US 36 & Broomfield park-n-Ride on May 2, 2010. See map below for details.

Get US 36 & Broomfield park-n-Ride route and gate information below:

SOUTHWEST side of US 36
Gates A through K are located on the southwest side of US 36. RTD parking is available in the parking structure.
    Gate assignments for the following routes:
  • 76-Gate D (southbound)
  • 76-Gate E (northbound)
  • 112-Gate C
  • 120-Gate H
  • 128-Gate J
  • 228-Gate G

    Gate K - bus only slip-ramp
  • AB (eastbound)
  • B (eastbound)
  • DM (eastbound)
  • S (eastbound)
  • RockiesRide for weekend service
  • DD (southbound)
  • L (southbound)
  • T (southbound)

    Gate F - Interlocken/Westmoor call-n-ride
    The Interlocken/Westmoor call-n-Ride’s pick-up and drop-off locations will be on the southwest side of US 36 at Gate F. call-n-Ride weekday service to FlatIron Crossing will be changed to 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. This will allow the call-n-Ride to continue to provide a high level of service to the existing call-n-Ride customers in the business parks and surrounding neighborhoods. Alternate service – Route 228 will continue to provide service to and from FlatIron Crossing until 7:00 p.m.

NORTHEAST side of US 36
Gates L and M are located on the northeast side of US 36 and are accessed by the pedestrian bridge. No RTD parking is available on the northeast side of US 36.
    Gate L - bus only slip-ramp
  • AB (westbound)
  • B (westbound)
  • DM (westbound)
  • S (westbound)
  • DD (northbound)
  • L (northbound)
  • T (northbound)

    Gate M - Broomfield call-n-ride
    The Broomfield call-n-Ride will operate on the northeast side of US 36 where the new pedestrian bridge will allow access over US 36. The call-n-Ride will continue to have scheduled times, every half hour at Gate M. In addition, service to the area east of Main Street will be extended to operate from 5:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Parking at new park-n-Ride
Daily parking
  • Enter the park-n-Ride from Arista Place
  • RTD patrons can park anywhere in the park-n-Ride that is not prohibited
  • Level "0" is reserved only for RTD patrons
  • RTD parking fees may apply to some patrons;
    • Vehicles with in-District plates pay after the first 24-hour period
    • Vehicles with out-of-District plates pay every 24-hour period
    • Pay stations are located near the pedestrian bridge. Keep the receipt with you

Parking after 1ST Bank Center traffic controls are placed for events
  • Follow traffic directions from event staff
  • Park on Level “0” is reserved only for RTD patrons. Event parking fees do not apply when transit parking voucher is presented upon exiting
  • All other areas will be subject to 1ST Bank Center event parking fees
  • Obtain a transit parking voucher from a Central Parking attendant on the plaza upon your return to the park-n-Ride
  • Present the transit parking voucher to the parking attendant as you exit Level "0" to avoid a 1ST Bank Center event parking fee

  • Bigger, Better and Faster
    • Bus commuters save 6 to 8 minutes in each direction between Broomfield and Denver.
    • Commuters save up to 15 minutes each way between Denver and Boulder.
    • New parking structure provides 1,500 covered parking spaces compared to 905 spaces at the old Broomfield park-n-Ride. 940 spaces are specific to RTD passengers and the remaining are shared with 1ST BANK Center.
    • New pedestrian bridge provides safe access across US 36.
    • New park-n-Ride and bus only slip-ramps make commuting quick and easy.
    • The new park-n-Ride demonstrates the progress of FasTracks in connecting communities and paves the way for an easier commute on US 36.