Regional Transportation District of Denver

The Regional Transportation District of Denver (RTD) is the public agency charged with providing public transportation in the metro Denver area.  Committed to transit-oriented development, RTD’s investments have spurred TOD projects encompassing 31,819 residential units, 7,586 hotel rooms, nearly 6 million square feet of retail space, over 8 million square feet of office space, over 2 million square feet of government space, and nearly 7.5 million square feet of medical space.  A key achievement in 2014 was the completion of Union Station, a multimodal transportation hub, integrating light rail, commuter rail, bus service, the 16th Street Mall shuttle, taxis, bicycles, and pedestrians.  The project included the development of 3,171 residential units, 56 hotel rooms, and over 2.5 million square feet of office, retail, cultural, and government space.

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