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RTD Puts Denver Back On the Map

May 13, 2014

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Denver– On, May 9, 2014, RTD opened Union Station to the public for the first time. Thousands of people attended and the public was able to see the bus concourse before Sunday May 11, opening. The community was able to enjoy a street fair with food trucks and other fun activities. “The festivities were very nice […]

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RTD’s Big Move of Pain or Happiness

April 24, 2014

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Denver– On May 11th, the long time transit service RTD is getting a makeover. The service will shut down their famous Market Street Station and move to the 74,000 square foot Union Station in LoDo. Union Station, which first opened on June 1, 1881, will offer bus and light rail service, Free Mall Ride, the […]

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Historic Union Station: Denver’s Multimodal Transportation Hub

March 19, 2014

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Denver– Move over New York subway, RTD is coming. The long-time transit service is getting a makeover this year. RTD will shut down their famous Market Street Station, and move into Denver’s historic Union Station in May 2014. The transit company bought Union Station in 2001 with plans to bring the building back to its […]

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Flying Through Construction

March 18, 2013

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DENVER — Travelers will be excited to see Denver International Airport building onto an already booming business. Customer service is a large portion of an airport, and DIA is not one to shy away from this. With its shuttle services, restaurants and bars, DIA provides many ways for a traveler to relax. One thing is […]

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City Council: Union Station upgrade coming, 12 new Bike Share docks also

February 25, 2010

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City Council: Union Station upgrade coming, 12 new Bike Share docks also

DENVER – A quick-paced city council meeting Monday proved beneficial for the city in the form of an announcement from the Federal Transit Administration, which approved a $300 million loan for the redevelopment of Union Station.

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