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G Line Transit Corridor

  • Published
  • Updated
  • by City Manager

At the October 25, 2017 RTD Open House G Line Update, Mayor Marc Williams and RTD representatives encouraged residents to write letters to/contact the Governor, the Public Utilities Commissioners and RTD urging them to take expeditious and necessary steps to open the G Line. View contact information below to participate.

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper

Mailing Address:
Office of the Governor
136 State Capitol Bldg
Denver, CO 80203
Phone: 303-866-2471

Colorado Public Utilities Commissioners

Mailing Address:
Department of Regulatory Agencies
1560 Broadway, Suite 250
Denver, CO  80202
Phone: 303-894-2000

  • Chairman, Jeffrey P. Ackermann
  • Commissioner, Frances A. Koncilja
  • Commissioner, Wendy M. Moser

For information on filing a complaint with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, visit

RTD Executive/Board Representative/Public Relations

Mailing Address:
1660 Blake Street 
Denver, CO 80202

  • General Manager, David Genoa
  • District L Board Representative, Lorraine Anderson
  • Senior Manager Public Relations, Nate Currey 

To share your thoughts with RTD electronically, visit

Read City Council's Letter to the PUC

  Arvada City Council Letter to the PUC regarding the G Line (PDF)


G Line Overview

The G Line is part of RTD’s 2004 voter-approved FasTracks plan to expand transit across the Denver metro region  Read the 2016 RTD FasTracks Fact Sheet (PDF) and is part of a larger project called the Eagle P3 project which includes the East Corridor transit line to Denver International Airport. The G Line is an 11.2-mile electric commuter rail transit line that will connect Denver Union Station to Wheat Ridge, passing through northwest Denver, Adams County and Arvada. There are eight stations: Denver Union Station, 41st/Fox, Pecos, Federal, Gold Strike, Olde Town Arvada, Arvada Ridge and Ward Road. 

For information regardng the status of the G Line opening, please visit