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D Line
RTD D-Line Convention Center Station.jpg
D Line at Convention Center station
OwnerRegional Transportation District
LocaleDenver metropolitan area
Termini18th & California/18th & Stout
TypeLight rail
SystemRTD Rail
Operator(s)Regional Transportation District
OpenedOctober 7, 1994
Track gauge4 ft 8+12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
ElectrificationOverhead line, 750 V DC
Route diagram

 F  H 
18th & Stout | California
16th & Stout | California
Theatre District–Convention Center
Colfax at Auraria
 C  E 
10th & Osage
I-25 & Broadway
Fare Zone Boundary
 E  F  H 
Oxford–City of Sheridan
Fare Zone Boundary
Littleton–Mineral  C 

The D Line is a light rail line which is part of the rail system operated by the Regional Transportation District in the Denver–Aurora Metropolitan Area in Colorado. The D line was the first line in the system when it opened in 1994, traveling from downtown Denver to I-25 and Broadway as the Central Corridor. It was extended along the Southwest Corridor in July 2000. Because it was the first and only line in the system it had no letter or color designation until the Central Platte Valley Spur opened on April 5, 2002, although on maps it was designated as Route 101.


The D Line's northern terminus is in downtown Denver, at 19th Street. On trips from Littleton, the line runs along 14th Street and California Street before reaching the northern terminus; on trips leaving downtown, the line goes along Stout Street. Then the line follows Stout Street and Colfax Avenue, and follows a railroad right-of-way, where it joins with the C Line at 10th & Osage station. They run in tandem until they reach their southern terminus at Mineral Avenue in Littleton.[1]

The line previously went as far north as Five Points, but was truncated to downtown with the commencement of L Line service in January 2018.


Station Municipality Opened Fare
Major connections & notes
18th & California (northbound)
18th & Stout (southbound)
Denver October 8, 1994 A Regional Transportation District logo.svg  F  H  L 
Bus interchange Flatiron Flyer
16th & California (northbound)
16th & Stout (southbound)
Regional Transportation District logo.svg  F  H  L 
Bus interchange MallRide
14th & California (northbound)
14th & Stout (southbound)
October 8, 1994 Closed November 27, 2004
Theatre District–Convention Center November 28, 2004 Regional Transportation District logo.svg  F  H 
Colfax at Auraria October 8, 1994 Regional Transportation District logo.svg  F  H 
10th & Osage Regional Transportation District logo.svg  C  E  F  H 
Alameda Regional Transportation District logo.svg  C  E  F  H 
Park and ride: 240 spaces
I-25 & Broadway Regional Transportation District logo.svg  C  E  F  H 
Park and ride: 1,248 spaces
Evans July 14, 2000 B Regional Transportation District logo.svg  C 
Park and ride: 99 spaces
Englewood Englewood Regional Transportation District logo.svg  C 
Park and ride: 910 spaces
Oxford–City of Sheridan Sheridan Regional Transportation District logo.svg  C 
Littleton–Downtown Littleton C Regional Transportation District logo.svg  C 
Park and ride: 361 spaces
Littleton–Mineral Regional Transportation District logo.svg  C 
Park and ride: 1,227 spaces


The 2004 voter approved FasTracks plan will add 2.5 mi (4.02 km) to the Southwest Corridor (C Line and D Line). It will also add a station with 1,000 parking spots at C-470 and Lucent Boulevard in Highlands Ranch.[2]


  1. ^ "RTD - Light Rail System Map". Regional Transportation District. Retrieved June 2, 2014.
  2. ^ "RTD - FasTracks System Map". Regional Transportation District. Archived from the original on December 23, 2013. Retrieved May 12, 2015.

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