Transit: A Stress-Free Commute

Why Take Transit?

Public transit is the most efficient way to connect commuters to their final destination. Traveling by bus or rail is not only budget friendly, but also benefits the environment and improves air quality! According to a study done by the City of Copenhagen, commuters who use public transit get more daily physical activity than those who commute by car because of walking to and from transit stations.

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Woman smiles as she waits for bus at RTD station

Flatiron Flyer: Fast. Reliable. Connected.

Flatiron Flyer Fast. Reliable. Connected. RTD’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service, the Flatiron Flyer, is the first BRT service to connect Denver with the northwest metro region’s businesses, federal institutions and

Getting Started with RTD Bus and Commuter Rail Service

The Regional Transportation District (RTD) provides bus and commuter rail service throughout the northwest metro area.

Get started with transit in three easy steps:

  1. Plan Your Trip. Plan your trip while at home or on the go! Use RTD’s Trip Planner app or download Transit App to find the route that works best for you! These apps will also provide real-time updates so you can know ahead of time if there are any delays.
  2. Pay Your Fare. Leave the change at home and pay using a MyRide card, RTD’s pre-loaded fare smart card. Simply load money onto the card and it will automatically deduct your fare when your board the bus, light rail or commuter rail. Learn more about your fare options and MyRide by visiting RTD’s website.
  3. Ride. Now that you figured out your trip details and fare, enjoy a stress-free commute! All RTD buses are wheelchair accessible and equipped with bike racks.

Learn more about pass programs and fare options for your transit trip by visiting RTD’s website!

Connect Your Trip With FlexRide

RTD’s FlexRide is a call-ahead, on-demand service providing curb-to-curb transportation within designated service areas. You can also make reservations online. This service complements fixed bus routes to help riders complete trips between RTD stations and their final destinations, and can even be used to travel between destinations within the service area. You can either pre-schedule a ride ahead of time, have a recurring reservation or request a ride up to 10 minute before you need the ride.

The cost is that of a local three-hour pass: $3.00, $1.50 (discount) or $.90 (youth) and is free for those transferring from another RTD service.

To schedule a ride using FlexRide call: 303.299.6000.

More Information

For more information, please contact RTD at or call 303-299-6000


 RTD Trip Planner
 How to Ride
 Inside RTD: Facts and Figures
 Northwest Metro Region Commuter Guide

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