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Opening of Commuter Rail to Change the Location of Some Airport Ground Transportation Services

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DENVER – April 22, 2016 – The opening of the University of Colorado A Line commuter rail also means that the Transit Center adjacent to the train platform at the base of the Westin Denver International Airport hotel will also open to certain bus and shuttle services, resulting in some changes for passengers.

Beginning Sunday, April 24, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) will relocate all of its pick-up and dropoff bus services from its current location on the west side of Jeppesen Terminal’s Level 5 to Level 1 of the DEN Transit Center. RTD bus riders are encouraged to visit www.rtd-denver.com to confirm specific routes and offairport station impacts.

Additionally, RTD has relocated its information counter from the terminal to the Transit Center.

The west economy parking lot shuttles will also begin pick-up and drop-off services on Level 1 of the Transit Center beginning April 24. Due to construction, the east economy parking lot shuttle will temporarily continue service from its current location on the east side of Jeppesen Terminal. The east economy lot shuttle will move to its permanent location at the Transit Center later this summer.

The Pikes Peak parking lot shuttles will continue to operate on Level 5 of both the east and west sides of the terminal.


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