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1. What is the Southeast Rail Line Extension?
The Southeast Rail Line Extension is a proposed 2.3-mile light rail extension into Lone Tree to RidgeGate Parkway. It is adding on to the current Southeast Rail line.
2. What has been decided on the Southeast Rail Line Extension Environmental Planning Phase?
No decisions have been made. The Planning Phase began in 2008.
3. What is the schedule and when can the public participate?
RTD will conduct extensive community outreach throughout the project. The Environmental Planning Phase began in 2008, the first public meeting was held on October 15, 2008, so please check back for updates and how you can get involved. After planning, the project will move into Final Design.
4. Are public meetings the only time the public can submit input?
No. Although the public meetings provide great opportunities to interact with the project team and become better informed about the project, public input also can be submitted in writing to Michelle Brier, Southeast Rail Line Extension Public Information Liaison, RTD-FasTracks, 1560 Broadway #700, Denver, CO 80202, or via the project Web site.