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H_Line_(RTD)

H Line (RTD)

The H Line, part of the light rail system operated by the Regional Transportation District in the Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area in Colorado, was added to the system on November 17, 2006, with the completion of the Southeast Corridor project (the "T-Rex Project"). It is one of four routes that are part of the RTD's service plan for the corridor.

The H Line's northern terminus is at 18th and California in downtown Denver. It shares track with the D Line until it reaches I-25 & Broadway Station, then follows the Southeast Corridor to a junction past Southmoor Station, and follows the I-225 branch of the system to Parker Road (at Nine Mile Station) in Aurora.

According to a map in the RTD's service plan for the corridor, the H Line's color is blue.

Stations

Name Opening Year Interchange Municipality park-n-Ride?
H Line (Nine Mile-30th & Downing)
Nine Mile 2006 G Line Aurora Yes
Dayton 2006 G Line Aurora Yes
Southmoor 2006 E & F Lines Denver Yes
Fare Zone Boundary
Yale 2006 E & F Lines Denver Yes
Colorado 2006 E & F Lines Denver Yes
University of Denver 2006 E & F Lines Denver Yes
Louisiana/Pearl 2006 E & F Lines Denver No
Fare Zone Boundary
I-25 & Broadway 1994 C, D, E, & F Lines Denver Yes
Alameda 1994 C, D, E, & F Lines Denver Yes
10th/Osage 1994 C, D, E, & F Lines Denver No
Colfax at Auraria 1994 D & F Lines Denver No
Convention Center/Performing Arts 2004 D & F Lines Denver No
16th/California (northbound) and 16th/Stout (southbound) 1994 D & F Lines
FREE MallRide (16th St)
Denver No
18th/California (northbound) and 18th/Stout (southbound) 1994 D & F Lines Denver No

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