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New with the Flatiron Flyer

Service start date set for Flatiron Flyer

The public can begin riding the Flatiron Flyer right after the New Year. Service begins Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016.

Boulder Junction at Depot Square Station opens

Boulder Junction at Depot Square Station opens
Boulder Junction at Deport Square Station
RTD and the city of Boulder celebrated the opening of Boulder Junction at Depot Square Station with a dedication ceremony and open house. The station is part of the 160-acre Boulder Junction area that is being redeveloped into a mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented neighborhood with regional transit connections and public spaces. Read all about it and see what else is at Depot Square Station.

Website, video help commuters use express lanes

There is a new website and video available that will help commuters use the new express lanes as they are finished on U.S. 36 between Boulder and Denver. The Colorado Department of Transportation created the website to help people get where they need to go safely and effectively. Get the details here.

Flatiron Flyer bus unveiled

RTD Interim General Manager Dave Genova speaks at the unveiling of the Flatiron Flyer bus
RTD Interim General Manager Dave Genova speaks at the unveiling of the Flatiron Flyer bus

RTD showed off its new Flatiron Flyer bus rapid transit bus at a special unveiling June 30, 2015. This new BRT fleet will contribute to RTD offering an efficient and environmentally friendly commute for riders along the U.S. 36 corridor between downtown Denver and Boulder and everywhere in-between. BRT service begins in January. Read more about it.

U.S. 36 Express Lanes Phase 1 opens

The newly constructed lanes on U.S. 36 between Federal Boulevard and 88th Street in Louisville/Superior (just west of the Flatiron Crossing Mall) officially opened June 22, 2015. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), RTD's partner on the project, held a grand opening event at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield. 

CDOT scheduled the start of tolling on the corridor July 22, 2015. Motorists can travel free in the express lanes as an HOV or pay a toll as a single driver. By getting a transponder, motorists will pay a lower toll. To set up an account, visit

See more information about the Express Lanes Project here.

Crews work on Phase 2 of US 36 express lanes project

Crews continue work on Phase 2 of the US 36 Express Lanes Project during the summer of 2015. Plenary Roads Denver, the concessionaire for this phase, will complete improvements to the entire US 36 corridor between Denver and Boulder.

Phase 2 extends the express lane in each direction from 88th Street in Louisville to Table Mesa Drive in Boulder. The project will open to the public in 2016.
Additional Phase 2 project elements include the replacement of the Coal Creek bridge, the rehabilitation of the South Boulder Creek bridge and widening the McCaslin Boulevard bridge to accommodate a diverging diamond interchange.

Stories Along the Line

FasTracks will connect people from all over metro Denver to some interesting places with colorful pasts. Have some fun and learn some little known facts in our new FasTracks feature, Stories Along the Line. Follow the link to see where our first story takes us.
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