RTD FasTracks

The RTD FasTracks project is the nation’s largest transit expansion project, promising to build and operate high-speed commuter and light rail lines while also expanding and improving bus service and Park-n-Rides throughout the Denver metro region. FasTracks was voter approved in 2004 and includes the following commitments:

  • 122 miles of new light rail and commuter rail
  • 18 miles of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service
  • 57 new transit stations
  • 21,213 additional parking spaces at Park-n-Ride stations
  • Enhanced bus service and FastConnects throughout the region

Once completed, the system will stretch from Longmont to Denver International Airport and as far south as Parker. Many of the FasTracks projects have already been or are nearing completion. For more information, visit RTD.


RTD FasTracks Northwest Rail Fact Sheet
Northwest Area Mobility Study
Northwest Rail Annual Report 2018
BNSF Limited Services Request Letter 2018
Commuting Solutions’ Letter: Northwest Rail Service Exploration
RTD B Line Fact Sheet
RTD Flatiron Flyer Fact Sheet
RTD FasTracks Unfinished Corridors Report

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