DENVER — The RTD B Line from Denver Union Station out to Westminster now has an opening date.
RTD announced Thursday in a press release that the B Line will be open for service on July 25 this year, according to their project concessionaire, Denver Transit Partners.
“This rail line will be the third project this year the agency opens to the public with the G and R Lines coming later in 2016,” RTD Chair of the Board of Directors Tom Tobiassen said. “This many major transit line openings in one year are unprecedented in public transportation and the region should be proud of the collaboration that is making it happen.”
The B Line will be the second electric commuter rail line to operate in Denver, the first being the University of Colorado A Line to Denver International Airport, which began service on April 22.