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FasTracks is Creating Connections

FasTracks is RTD's voter-approved transit expansion program -- the largest in the nation -- transforming transportation through the Denver metro area. Since 2004, we’ve completed the W Line, the Free MetroRide and Union Station. In January 2016, we launched the Flatiron Flyer Bus Rapid Transit service, in April 2016 we opened the University of Colorado A Line rail service between Union Station and Denver International Airport. In July, 2016, we opened the B Line to Westminster, and soon, we will be opening the G Line and R Line – all part of the FasTracks program.
Through the FasTracks program we’re building more rail, improved bus service, more parking, and improved roadways and bridges for people on the go. Now that's progress.

FasTracks Map

A map of the FasTracks coorindors in the Denver Metro area

FasTracks in Focus

Northwest Area Mobility Study

The 13-month Northwest Area Mobility Study started in May 2013 and developed a prioritized list of mobility improvements for the Northwest area of RTD's service area.

Read more about the Northwest Area Mobility Study

Eagle P3 public-private partnership

The Eagle P3 public-private partnership is being utilized to complete the East Rail Line, Gold Line, commuter rail maintenance facility, and the Northwest Rail Line Westminster segment.

Learn more about Eagle P3

Commuter Rail has arrived in Denver

Commuter rail is a new, faster, heavier type of train that opened for service on the East and Northwest rail lines in 2016. In 2017, service will begin on the Gold Line and I-225 Rail Line.

Find out about the difference between light rail and commuter rail