Bus shuttles to serve passengers at all stations along commuter rail line; bridge work being done by City and County of Denver
DENVER (Nov. 13, 2018) – Commuter rail service on the Regional Transportation District (RTD)’s University of Colorado A Line will be affected for 24 hours this weekend by construction work on the Central Park Boulevard Bridge, and train riders should plan on about an hour of additional travel time between Union Station and Denver Airport Station.
Construction work will affect service from 3 a.m. Saturday through 3 a.m. Sunday to enable project contractor Kraemer North America to perform bridge widening work. The University of Colorado A Line will need to be powered down during this time frame due to its high voltage and proximity to construction crews.
No rail service will be offered at any of the University of Colorado A Line stations, and bus shuttles will serve passengers in its place. Schedules are as follows:
Saturday shuttle service
Departing Union Station: Between 3:15 a.m. Saturday and 1 a.m. Sunday, every 15 minutes.
Departing Denver Airport Station: Between 4:12 a.m. Saturday and 1:57 a.m. Sunday, every 15 minutes.
- Union Station / B20
- 38th & Blake Station / eastbound: east side of Blake near the platform; westbound, west side of Blake near the platform
- 40th & Colorado Station / B
- Central Park Station / B3
- Peoria Station / E
- 40th Ave & Airport Blvd – Gateway Park Station / D
- 61st & Pena Station / Gate A, near station platform
- Denver Airport Station / 9
Additional questions about this project can be directed to Lisa Trujillo, manager of project outreach, at 303-299-2673 or Lisa.Trujillo@rtd-denver.com.
The Regional Transportation District develops, operates and maintains a public transportation system that meets the transit needs of close to 3 million people within an eight-county service area in the Denver Metro region. The agency’s buses, rail lines, shuttles and additional services provide 100 million annual passenger trips. For more information, visit rtd-denver.com, call 303-299-6000 and follow along on social media: www.facebook.com/RideRTD, @RideRTD on Twitter, @ridertd on Instagram and rideRTDco on YouTube.