G Line to Wheat RidgeOpening Soon

The G Line (referred to as the Gold Line during construction) will open soon. The G Line service will travel 11 miles between Union Station and Wheat Ridge, passing through northwest Denver, Adams County and Arvada.


New Rail in New Neighborhoods

The G Line brings RTD train service through northwest Denver, Adams County and Arvada with the end-of-line stop in Wheat Ridge. It has long been planned by the near northwest suburbs and Denver, and will provide a rapid transit alternative for travel along the I-70 West Corridor.


Travel on the G Line will be a local fare



1 -2 zones



3 zones



to / from DIA

Learn more about discounted fares

Tickets can be purchased on the platform at a ticket vending machine, inside DIA, on the RTD Mobile Tickets smart phone app, or at any RTD sales outlet.


The G Line has eight stations total, including Union Station. Seven of these stations are Park-n-Rides that will add a total of 2,230 parking spots.

  • Union Station

    Union Station

  • 41st and Fox Station Rendering

    41st & Fox

    • Parking:500 total
  • Pecos Junction Station Rendering

    Pecos Junction

    • Parking:300 total
  • Clear Creek and Federal Station Rendering

    Clear Creek & Federal

    • Parking:280 total
  • 60th Ave and Sheridan Station Rendering

    60th Ave & Sheridan at Arvada Gold Strike

    • Parking:330 total
  • Olde Town Arvada Station Rendering

    Olde Town Arvada

    • Parking:400 total
  • Arvada Ridge Station Rendering

    Arvada Ridge

    • Parking:200 total
  • Ward Road Station Station Rendering

    Wheat Ridge & Ward

    • Parking:290 total


The G Line takes its name from the fact that it passes near the site of the discovery of gold in Colorado. This discovery took place in 1850 when Lewis Ralston, on his way to the California gold fields with a party from Georgia, panned for gold in the creek that now bears his name, where it flows into Clear Creek.


RTD begins study of Gold Line to operate as a rail transit line; lasts 15 years
Gold Line Commuter Rail Project Study complete
Gold Line Major Investment Study complete
RTD FasTracks initiative approved by voters
Three Corridors Scoping Study complete
Gold Line Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) completed
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) approves EIS and gives RTD a Record of Decision
Gold Line construction begins
Testing and commissioning to begin on Gold Line