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Westminster station (RTD)

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Structure type  At-grade
Disabled access  Yes
Phone  +1 303-299-6000
Tracks  1
Parking  350 spaces
Opened  25 July 2016
Platforms in use  1
Westminster station (RTD)
Location  3200 Westminster Station Drive Westminster, Colorado
Owned by  Regional Transportation District
Bicycle facilities  20 bike racks and 18 bike lockers
Address  6995 Grove St, Westminster, CO 80030, USA
Owner  Regional Transportation District
Similar  18th & California and 18th, Nine Mile, Littleton/Mineral, Jefferson County Governm, Lincoln

Westminster is a Regional Transportation District (RTD) commuter rail station on the B Line in Westminster, Colorado, part of the Denver metropolitan area. The station opened on July 25, 2016, and became the interim northern terminus of the B Line until extensions north toward Boulder and Longmont are built. From Westminster, B Line trains travel 6 miles (9.7 km) south to Union Station in Denver, taking about 11 minutes.

The station consists of a single platform on the north side is situated on the south side of the tracks. It will have a 350-stall park and ride that can be expanded to 1,000 spaces and a public plaza, both located on the north side of the tracks. The station is connected to the nearby Adams County residential neighborhood by a 165-foot-long (50 m) pedestrian bridge over the tracks, platform, and nearby Little Dry Creek. The underpass of the station, connecting to the north plaza, is home to a 90-foot-long (27 m) art installation by Brian W. Brush called "Grotto", which consists of high-density polyethylene plastic tubes lit by LED lights in an array of colors.

The City of Westminster plans to encourage transit-oriented development in a 135-acre (55 ha) area around the station; a 40-acre (16 ha) park and open space is also planned for the south side of the station area.


Westminster station (RTD) Wikipedia

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