Downtown Denver light rail service will be suspended this weekend

RTD is temporarily suspending service on the D, F, H and L lines in the heart of downtown.

The RTD D Line illuminates the track in the heart of Five Points. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

The RTD D Line illuminates the track in the heart of Five Points. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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RTD is temporarily suspending service on the D, F, H and L lines in the heart of downtown Denver this weekend.

Those are the lines that form a loop in the Central Business District, and one, the L Line, runs through Five Points.

The following stations will not see trains from 8 p.m. Friday to approximately 3 a.m. Monday:

  • Theatre District/Convention Center
  • 16th & California
  • 18th & California
  • 20th & Welton
  • 25th & Welton
  • 27th & Welton
  • 18th & Stout
  • 16th & Stout
  • 30th & Downing

Bus service will be provided for the affected routes while crews perform maintenance.

(RTD)

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