Artwork of the West Rail
The West Rail Line provides a great opportunity for RTD to build on its "Art-n-Transit" program.
Since 1994, the mission of RTD's Art-n-Transit program has been to enhance the design, aesthetic quality and user friendliness of transit projects, as well as to foster transit-oriented community development.
The Art-n-Transit program is based on RTD's belief that public art helps provide a stronger connection between neighborhoods and transit.
Knox Station art called "Illuminating Path" by Jose Aguirre. The media is tile.
Installing artwork at transit facilities creates a sense of community and provides opportunities to celebrate the diverse cultural, ethnic and historical richness of the many communities RTD serves.
After an extensive process of reviewing a total of 916 applications, 10 artists were selected for commissioning of artwork at 12 locations, including all West Rail stations, windscreens and the Kipling Bridge.
Follow this link to see the art commissioned for the West line.
Read about the accomplished artists who did the work on the West Rail:
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