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Updates on G Line 

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  • Updated
  • by City Manager

Update March 2019: The most recent updates provided by the Regional Transportation District (RTD) to the City of Arvada regarding the G Line are as follows:

  • February 6, 2019 FRA has approved 2 key milestones toward G Line opening  RTD G Line
  • January 5, 2019 Director-elect for RTD District L Shelley Cook Newsletter: Updates and News.
  • December 21, 2018 RTD Commuter Rail Update: Quiet Zones. Download RTD Document.
  • December 14, 2018 RTD EAGLE Project Oversight Commitment Document.  Download RTD Document.
  • December 14, 2018 RTD/DTP Crossing Warning Time Action Plan.  Download Action Plan (Note: this download is approximately 50 pages)
  • November 30, 2018 RTD letter to stakeholders regarding A Line and G Line status.  Download RTD's letter
  • November 15, 2018 Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) letter to RTD.  Download FRA letter.
  • August 2018: RTD's G Line FAQs:  Download G Line FAQs.

If you wish to contact RTD regarding the G Line, RTD offers an electronic comment option at: RTD's customer service line is 303-299-6000.

Safety Tips

  • Never trespass on any train track — it is illegal and dangerous.
  • Cross the tracks only at designated crossings, always follow safety signage and obey warning devices like flashing red lights and gate arms.
  • Stay alert and look both ways for a train — you may not hear them coming.
  • Stay off station platforms until they are open to the public.

For after-hour emergencies, please call 303-299-3911. For additional information, please contact RTD at 303-299-6000 or visit

More Information

To read RTD's news alert, visit For more information about the G Line, please visit To read general messaging regarding Train horns and quiet zones, download the RTD PDF.

Who to Contact



Power lines along the G Line (Gold Line) are turned on. These wires hold 25,000 volts of electricity and can be extremely dangerous. RTD asks everyone to please stay away from the tracks and the wires, and never try to touch or throw anything at them. Trespassing in active work zones is illegal and can be dangerous.