Nine rail lines service 53 stations along the Denver’s North, East, Southeast, Southwest, and West rail corridors. Where do you want to go today? Schedules Whether you are traveling early in the morning, late at night, or during the typical rush hour, rail has you covered. Review the schedules and start riding the rails. The RTD rail system is divided into four fare zones: A, B, C, and Airport. Rail fares are based on how many fare zones you travel in during your one-way trip.
Discounts and passes Discount fares are available for those who qualify. Purchasing passes and ticket books will save you time and money. Explore your options and choose the one that’s right for you. How to Ride New to RTD? Once you’ve tried it, you’ll find that rail is the fast, comfortable, and convenient way to get around.
Read our How to Ride guide to start riding like a regular. Quickly get to major hot spots like Denver International Airport, the Theatre District, Convention Center, Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Pepsi Center, the 16th Street Mall, and Park Meadows Mall. Hop on board and get where you need to go fast – no stop lights, no traffic, fast. Seat design change To improve light rail service for passengers using mobility devices, such as wheelchairs, scooters, and walkers, RTD is redesigning the seating on light rail vehicles to provide additional space to board and maneuver. This effort includes removing seats next to the current wheelchair areas.