RTD will run buses between the affected train stops.
RTD currently has no budget to install new shelters. Plus, they usually don't own or control the land where shelters are installed.
Which modes reign supreme in Denver's 2017 GO Bond package? Here's a breakdown of how biking, walking, pedestrian and vehicular interests fared.
After six hours of debate, Jefferson County leaders accept money for affordable housing, other programs
This type of decision usually is a simple one, but this year it became a debate about whether enforcement of fair housing laws endangers the suburbs.
Two years ago, the Colorado Supreme Court struck down a program that allowed public money to indirectly fund religious schools in Douglas County. Now that program will get another look.
Leadership in the House and Senate said lawmakers need to keep talking, while citizen groups may be bringing competing transportation measures to the ballot.
Urban Peak Denver will fortify training programs for young homeless people with a grant from Bank of America
The nonprofit Urban Peak on Monday accepted a grant of $200,000 from Bank of America's Neighborhood Builder program.
Issue 4B: SCFD’s sales tax will bring in more than $80 million by 2030. Is that enough to support smaller arts organizations?
The Science and Cultural Facilities District's arts funding pie is getting larger, but so are the number of organizations clamoring for a slice.
Tuition for public colleges in Colorado doubled from 2000 to 2014, increasing by about $7,700.
The construction is coming, the construction is coming! Civic Center Station will close for renovations Sunday.
Do you take one of the 18 bus routes from Civic Center Station? The station is about to close for a year
Starting July 3, Civic Center station in downtown Denver will close for a year. Find out where to get your bus in the meantime.