RTD and Transit Resources2018-03-29T12:01:42-07:00

Resources for Better Riding

Lynn at the glass

I am fully committed to working toward the best public policy possible as a Board member, but we can all work together more effectively if we’re all informed and engaged. Are you interested in learning more about where and when you can ride, how you can reach out to the Board or RTD staff, or what RTD’s planning for your region or neighborhood? Of course you are! Here are a few sources for information about the Board, RTD, and related transportation options that can help us address our most pressing issues as a community in the years to come.

RTD Main Website

Don’t know where to turn? Click here to visit the main RTD website, which offers information including ride schedules, contact information, how to get passes or tickets, programs or projects in progress, apps for your smartphone, and so much more.

RTD Board Page

Who are the current RTD Board Directors, and what are they working on? Click here to learn more about the Board, including:

  • A list of all 15 Board Directors, including short bios
  • District maps for each Director
  • Board agendas, and minutes of past meetings
  • Committee information

Northwest Area Mobility Study (NAMS)

The NAMS final report was released in 2014, and its findings could very well influence local transit decisions for our near-term future. Click here to learn more!

Pass Program Working Group

RTD staff and numerous stakeholders met for months as part of the Pass Program Working Group process. The group examined RTD’s pass and fare structure, the likely impacts of possible changes on ridership and revenue, and made recommendations to the Board and RTD senior staff for future action.

Sign Up for RTD Newsletters

RTD sends out a lot of information that you might not see in the media, and you can click here to sign up for notifications.

Transportation Management Associations (TMA)

Transportation Management Associations (TMA) are found throughout the Denver metro area. As the name suggests, TMAs can help manage transportation demand, and assist individuals or businesses find transportation solutions beyond simply driving a single-occupancy vehicle. Click the links below for much more about the following TMAs:

  • Commuting Solutions: Focuses on the US 36 corridor, including advocacy for the region’s transportation needs and transportation demand solutions.
  • Boulder Transportation Connections: BTC focuses on Boulder and surrounding areas, and ways to reduce reliance on the single-occupancy vehicle.
  • Way To Go: A partnership between the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) and TMAs, Way To Go also focuses on strategies to reduce reliance on the single-occupancy vehicle.