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Some Denver Buses, Light Rail Services To Change Transport


Some bus and streetcar services in the Denver metro area are expected to change starting Sunday, according to the Regional Transportation District.

The transportation district said it adjusts its service schedule three times a year to deal with changes in traffic patterns, economics and customer feedback. This month, the changes aim to support the increase in ridership by improving punctuality and reliability of service.

Most of the changes will impact the University of Colorado Line A, FlexRide, and some bus lines. For a full list of changes, visit rtd-denver.com.

For the University of Colorado Line A, the train will leave Union Station at 3 a.m. daily, instead of 3:15 a.m., making the first arrival time at Denver International Airport at 3 a.m. 37. The change was made in partnership with the airport to improve employee travel.

Timetables will be adjusted and bus stops will be added for regional bus lines AB, BOLT and RX, as well as local and limited bus lines 3, 8, 10, 12, 15, 15L, 16, 19, 36, 37, 44, 48, 83, 104L, 208, 324, 520, BOUND and SKIP.

For FlexRide, hours of operation will be extended from 5:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. in Arapahoe, Belleview, Brighton, Broomfield, Dry Creek, Evergreen, Federal Heights, Golden, Green Mountain, Interlocken / Westmoor, Lone Tree, Longmont, Louisville, Meridian, North and South Inverness, Orchard, Parker, South Jefferson County, Superior, Thornton and Wagon Road areas.

All customers are required to wear face masks when using public transportation under a federal mandate that was extended until March 18.

For route and schedule information, call RTD Customer Service at 303-299-6000.

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