Riding transit is easy, convenient, better for the environment and your health, and it helps ease congestion. The Regional Transportation District (RTD) operates more than 170 bus routes, nine rail lines, specialty shuttle service and para-transit services in the Denver metro region. Nearly every part of  Westminster is within a short walking distance to a bus or transit station. Learn about RTD's comprehensive system map, how to ride in any one of their buses or trains, and how to park at the stations. 

B Line Commuter Rail

The heavy rail line runs above ground through Westminster and Adams county giving commuters and visitors majestic views of the Front Range before terminating at Union Station in the core of downtown Denver. Trains runs every 30 minutes apart during rush hours and an hour apart at all other times. The B Line provides fast and direct access to downtown Denver, where rail and bus connections to the rest of the Denver region and Denver International Airport are available. Learn more about the B Line.

Flatiron Flyer

The Flatiron Flyer is RTD’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service connecting Denver, Boulder and all points in-between. BRT’s runs every 15 minutes from the U.S. 36 and Sheridan and U.S. 36 and Church Ranch station. With two stations along the U.S. 36 corridor, Westminster residents and visitors have convenient and reliable options when traveling along the Front Range. Learn more about the Flatiron Flyer destination and schedules at RTD's website.


RTD runs 17 bus lines that serve Westminster neighborhoods and Park-N-Rides. RTD routes alter service schedules several times per year. To find time updated schedules, visit the RTD website.

  • AA - Wagon Road / Denver Airport
  • 8 - North Broadway / Huron
  • 12 - Downing / N. Washington
  • 31 - Federal Boulevard
  • 31L - North Federal Boulevard (Limited)
  • 51 - Sheridan Boulevard
  • 72 - 72nd Avenue
  • 76 - Wadsworth Boulevard 
  • 80 - 80th Avenue
  • 80L - W. 80th (Limited)
  • 92 - 92nd Avenue
  • 100 - Kipling Street
  • 112 - W. 112th Avenue
  • 120 - 120th Avenue / Brighton
  • 122X - Wagon Road / Civic Center Express
  • 128 - Broomfield / Wagon Road

Individualized Trip Planning Assistance is available in multiple formats. Plan your door-to-door transit trip by visiting RTD’s Trip Planner service; by calling the RTD Telephone Information Center at 303-299-6000 or by contacting Commuting Solutions at 303-604-4385 or info@commutingsolutions.org

Trip Planning Apps
An easy way to plan your trip is through the Transit or TripGo app on your smart phone.  


RTD offers riders convenient parking options at three Park-n-Rides across Westminster. All Park-n-Rides are served by multiple regular bus routes, along with enhanced transit services like the Flatiron Flyer, B Line, specialty services like Rockies Ride and Broncos Ride. Park-N-Ride locations within Westminster are:

  • Westminster Station Park-B-Ride (6995 Grove St.) – B Line, 31 and 72
  • U.S. 36 and Sheridan Station (5025 W. 88th Place) – Flatiron Flyer, 31, 51, 92, 100 and 104
  • U.S. 36 and Church Ranch Boulevard (10452 Town Center Drive) – Flatiron Flyer

If your vehicle is registered at an address within RTD boundaries, you may park for free the first 24-hour period every day you park. For parking that extends beyond the first 24 hours, a $2 daily fee applies. Outside of RTD district vehicles pay a $4 daily fee.

When parking at RTD Park-n-Ride facilities for extended time while traveling via the University of Colorado A Line, parking fees will apply. Patrons must pay before getting on the train for the total amount of days you will be gone. Vehicles may not be parked continuously for longer than 30 consecutive days. Vehicles parked greater than 30 consecutive days without being moved may be subject to ticketing and towing at the owner's expense.


Try pairing your bike commute with RTD for longer commutes or commutes without ideal bike connections. All RTD buses are equipped with two bike racks at the front of the bus, and regional buses have cargo bays to store bikes if the racks are full.  Ride to your nearest bus stop or Park-n-Ride, use the bus to cover some ground and bike to the office!

  • Farmers' High Line Canal Trail begins at Farmers' High Line Canal in Northglenn (near EB Raines Park) near 120th Avenue, traveling southwest, passing under I-25, crossing Huron south of 112th Avenue, crossing Federal south of 112th Avenue, moving adjacent to 104th Avenue crossing Sheridan, traveling south to cross U.S. 36 on Westminster Boulevard traveling southwest to 92nd Avenue, crossing Wadsworth Boulevard at the intersection with 92nd Avenue, terminating at Standley Lake Trails.
  • Big Dry Creek Trail begins at Standley Lake Regional Park south of 110th at Owen Street and travels east, crossing Wadsworth Parkway to 99th, towards Wadsworth Boulevard. The trail crosses below U.S. 36, Westminster Boulevard and 104th Avenue before heading northeast, where it crosses Sheridan Boulevard, crosses below 112th, Avenue then under 120th Avenue. From 120th the trail parallels Federal Parkway then crosses below it, crosses under 128th, then terminates at I-25 near the Quail Creek Trail. 
  • Little Dry Creek Trail begins at the Clear Creek Trail (which also connects to the South Platte River Trail) at 64th Avenue between Pecos and Federal, traveling northwest, crossing Sheridan at 76th, crossing 80th Avenue west of Wadsworth Boulevard, terminating at 86th Parkway and Alkire Street south of Standley Lake.


RTD’s  Call-N-Ride is a personalized shared ride shuttle service that provides curb-to-curb service within a designated area. The reservation-based system can connect you to work, school, Flatiron Crossing mall and appointments. Appointments can be made by calling RTD at  (303) 434-8990 or online. RTD also offers subscription service for their Call-n-Rides. Residents can use their subscription service to schedule recurring trips at the same time and location. Once you've subscribed they will pick you up and drop you off on your schedule until you cancel.

RTD provides two Call-N-Ride services in Westminster. The Interlocken/Westmoor Call-N-Ride serves Flatiron Crossing and areas of Interlocken, Westmoor Technology Park, Crown Point, Countryside, and Walnut Grove subdivisions. The BroomfieldCall-N-Ride area services the Arrowhead and portions of the Sheridan Green subdivisions. Scheduled departures for both areas are also made from the US 36 & Broomfield Station and the US 36 & Flatiron Station.