Denver Union Station

After a $54 million redevelopment, spanning several years, Denver Union Station (DUS) opened to the public in July 2014. Featuring a 112-room boutique hotel, The Crawford Hotel, inside the historic building; an eclectic mix of 13 Colorado restaurants and retailers; a stately Great Hall - which features soaring 65-foot ceilings; Denver Union Station (DUS) serves as a regional transit center with a complete transit experience offering bus, light rail, a new 22-gate bus concourse, Amtrak, and (soon) commuter rail - under one roof.

Denver Union Station is Broomfield's transportation connection from DIA, Denver, and metro area/ suburban area rapid transit.
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Bus Rapid Transit Concourse

As a part of the world-class Union Station Transit Center, RTD opened a sleek, stylish 22-gate underground bus facility to provide convenient connections across the rapid transit system. With 16 routes (including the new Free MetroRide), and several commercial carriers running through the bus concourse, you'll get where you want to go, and fast.
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Commuter Rail

When the four commuter rail lines open in 2016 and 2018, Union Station will bring bus, light rail, commuter rail, and Amtrak all under one roof for easy connections across the metro area. An easy transfer to US 36 BRT Broomfield Station will take you to Broomfield employment centers at Arista, Interlocken, and Flatiron Marketplace.

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Light Rail

RTD's six light rail lines stop at 46 stations, including major hot spots like the Theatre District, Convention Center, Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Pepsi Center, the 16th Street Mall, and Park Meadows Mall. Hop on board and get where you need to go fast - 55 mph, no stop lights, no traffic, fast.

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