New on the I-225 Rail Line
I-225 Rail Line Newsletter - September 2015
Major closure of Sable & Alameda Intersection
Crews are rebuilding the Sable Boulevard and Alameda Avenue intersection to accommodate the I-225 Rail Line. The intersection is CLOSED and it will open prior to Thanksgiving. Access to all businesses in the area is open. Learn more here.
Tying in the R Line into RTD's current light rail operations
The I-225 Rail Line team is tying in the I-225 Rail Line project's Overhead Contact System (OCS) into RTD's current light rail operations. From October 9 to October 25 on where you board the train at Nine Mile Station will change. During this time, on weekdays, passengers will board and get off the train on the outbound side of the platform - or the direction of downtown Denver. During weekends passengers will board and disembark from the train on the opposite, or inbound, side of the platform. Learn more
Public meetings set for R Line service plan
We've scheduled public meetings to discuss the proposed R Line service plan. There are several of them scheduled from Sept. 21 to Oct. 1 in different areas where the new train line will run. Attend a meeting
and tell us what you think.
RTD's expanding transit system spurs development
RTD's future R Line is bringing more than transit connections to Aurora. It's also bringing development, or what the transit industry calls transit oriented development. Read more
Photos: Train stations under construction
All eight of the I-225 Rail - R Line's train stations are currently under construction. Iliff is the farthest along, it has its canopies built. You can see them in the photo gallery here.
Video: Animated tour of I-225 R Line
Go on an animated video tour of the entire I-225 Rail's R Line. It takes over the whole alignment from the existing Nine Mile Station to the new Peoria Station. Watch the video here
Go on an I-225 Rail Line interactive virtual tour Visit our interactive map
with the rail line's route, pictures of what the train stations look like and pictures of points of interest along the way.
Webcam at Florida Station available online
A webcam is set up at the I-225 Rail Line's Florida Station where you can check on construction progress. See it here
Construction on I-225 Rail Line
Construction on the complete I-225 Rail Line is underway. Check this website for construction information and be sure to sign up
for construction updates and the monthly project newsletter
Contracting Opportunities on I-225 Rail Line
To learn more about contracting opportunities, please visit the RTD Business Center.