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The I-225 Rail Line is a 10.5-mile light rail line within the city of Aurora that will provide key regional connections to the East and Southeast rail lines. It is part of FasTracks, RTD's voter-approved plan passed in November 2004 to expand transit service across the Denver metro region.
It will provide connectivity to major activity centers like the Aurora City Center, Anschutz/Fitzsimons Medical Center and Denver International Airport through a transfer at Peoria to the East Rail Line.
New Alignment on Fitzsimons ParkwayLearn more about the new preferred alignment along Fitzsimons Parkway
Construction UnderwayConstruction began on the complete I-225 Rail Line in spring 2013. The RTD Board of Directors approved a proposal from Kiewit Infrastructure Co. in July 2012 to complete the full line and open it in 2016. Construction from Nine Mile to Iliff began in spring 2012 as part of a joint contract with CDOT.
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Key I-225 Rail Line LinksSee the I-225 Rail Line fact sheet.
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Learn about the Colorado Department of Transportation I-225 Widening Project.
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