CENTENNIAL, Colo. — The Regional Transportation District (RTD) announced a new construction project Wednesday that will cut the frequency of light rail trains that run along the southeast corridor until October.
Starting on Monday, the E Line, which runs from RidgeGate Parkway to Union Station, will operate every 30 minutes between the RidgeGate Parkway station and the Southmoor station. Trains will run every 15 minutes between Southmoor and Union Station.
The R Line, which runs between Peoria and Lincoln stations, will discontinue service between the Lincoln and Florida stations until the project is completed in October.
The H Line, which runs between 18th and California and Florida stations will not operate between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. Sundays through Thursdays.
Crews will work on coping panels along the top of the retaining wall that runs along the tracks between the I-25 and Broadway and Lincoln stations.
To see the adapted schedule for the E-Line, click here. To see the adapted schedule for the R Line, click here.
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