The expanded RTD FasTracks rail system through Aurora will transform the city's landscape and future, providing economic development corridors and connecting major activity and employment centers.
The Aurora Line/I-225 Rail is a 10.5-mile light rail line within the city of Aurora that will provide key regional connections to the East and Southeast rail lines. It is part of FasTracks, RTD's voter-approved plan passed in November 2004 to expand transit service across the Denver metro region.
The line, which includes 11 stations, will provide connectivity to major activity centers like the Aurora City Center, Anschutz Medical Campus and Denver International Airport through a transfer at Peoria to the University of Colorado A Line. Take a video journey along the future line or view some of our other videos about the project. Visit our Rail Updates page for additional information.
The University of Colorado A Line is a 22.8-mile commuter rail transit corridor that operates between Denver Union Station and Denver International Airport.
Featuring two stops in Aurora, the rail line connects these two important areas while serving adjacent employment centers, neighborhoods and development areas in Aurora and Denver.
Through public and stakeholder meetings, the city has developed plans to identify development sites and pedestrian and automobile connections, and create a vision for the overall character of Aurora's rail station areas.