RTD has released a statement regarding the PUC's recent ruling on the commuter rail lines, including the G Line. Read the statement in its entirety.
Statement summary: RTD is awaiting final written orders from the CPUC and will need to receive specific approvals from the FRA. RTD's project team is addressing next steps and working toward placing them into a schedule. RTD is now able to move forward with full testing of the G Line, which means that the number of trains running each day will increase. The public should be aware that a vehicle could be on the tracks at any time, coming from either direction. For more information about the G Line, please visit rtd-denver.com/g-line.shtml. To read general messaging regarding Train horns and quiet zones, download the RTD PDF.
- 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 www.rtd-denver.com.
To read RTD's news alert, visit www3.rtd-denver.com/elbert/news. For more information about the G Line, please visit rtd-denver.com/g-line.shtml. To read general messaging regarding Train horns and quiet zones, download the RTD PDF.
Who to Contact
- Customer Care: RTD 303-299-6000
- Crossing Gate Malfunctions: 303-299-3911
- After-hour Emergencies: 800-848-8715
- Additional Updates: www.rtd-denver.com/Fastracks.shtml
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.