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RTD Gold Line


G Line | Now open!

The G Line service travels 11 miles between Union Station and Wheat Ridge, passing through northwest Denver, Adams County, and Arvada. At Union Station, passengers can connect to the C, E and W light rail lines, the University of Colorado A Line to Denver International Airport, the B Line to Westminster, Local and Regional buses, the Free MallRide, and Free MetroRide.

Gold Line

Arvada Stations!

60th Avenue & Sheridan at Arvada Gold Strike
Address:  5880 Sheridan Frontage Rd
Parking: 330 Spaces
Travel Time to Union Station: 13 Minutes
More information here

Olde Town Arvada
Address:  7510 Grandview Ave.
Parking: 600 Spaces
Travel Time to Union Station: 17 Minutes
More information here

Arvada Ridge
Address:  10189 W. 53rd Ave.
Parking: 200 Spaces
Travel Time to Union Station: 20 Minutes
More information here

The Gold Line is part of a larger project called the Eagle P3 project which includes the East Corridor transit line to Denver International Airport. The Eagle 3 project is an innovative public-private partnership which is fully funded. Read More.


RTD parking and Olde Town parking each have designated levels in the Olde Town Hub (7510 Grandview Ave). All vehicles parking in the Hub require registration. Parking in the Hub is free while a utilization study is being completed to determine future services and pay rates.

Registering Your Vehicle

Parking in the Hub is free for now; however, you will need to register your vehicle license plate number to park there. There are TWO ways to register your vehicle:

  1. Use the FREE mobile app: Sign up at Download the app and follow instructions. Click on the icons to link to
  2. Use a kiosk in the Hub: Register your license plate number and follow instructions. Kiosks are located on:
    • First Floor: middle of first ramp
    • Third floor: east end
    • Fourth floor: west end


Union Station to Wheat Ridge in 25 minutes

  • 6 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., every day
    Service every 15 minutes during peak hours
  • 4 a.m. – 6 a.m., every day
    Service every 30 minutes
  • 6:30 p.m. – 12:30 a.m., every day
    Service every 30 minutes


The G Line takes its name from the fact that it passes near the site of the discovery of gold in Colorado. This discovery took place in 1850 when Lewis Ralston, on his way to the California gold fields with a party from Georgia, panned for gold in the creek that now bears his name, where it flows into Clear Creek.

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