DENVER, Colo. – RTD announces a repair of part of its L Line from July 10th to July 30th.
A Denver District Court judge on Feb. 10 ruled that the Regional Transportation District (RTD) is not responsible for more than $100 million in costs related to crossing gate problems on three of its commuter rail lines, according to a CPR News report.
Following a derailment that occurred in Aurora on Sept. 21 that impacted the R Line, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) has restored full service to the affected four-mile stretch of the corridor from Aurora Metro Center to the 13th Avenue Station with additional safety measures in place.
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The Regional Transportation District (RTD) in Denver will perform federally required annual testing this week that involves sounding train horns through crossings along the N Line.
The RTD Board of Directors has green-lighted a more detailed plan to provide “peak service” diesel rail transportation to Boulder and Longmont in Colorado.
The B line in Denver is getting an F for service.
Fitch Ratings has placed the ratings of five large U.S. public transit agencies on Rating Watch Negative. The following ratings are affected:
The Regional Transportation District has released a 35-page plan outlining the steps it will take to resolve issues with crossing gates on the line that serves the Denver International Airport. The plan is
The Colorado Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) have given the Regional Transportation District (RTD) approval to remove crossing attendants, or flaggers, from six of the 11 at-grade