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10 years of transportation projects get you around in Westminster

10 years of transportation projects get you around in Westminster

Where were you in 2010? Were you living in the Denver Metro area? During this past decade, Westminster has become home to some of the region’s most notable transportation investments connecting residents, commuters and visitors to their destinations.

For example, since 2010, the city welcomed the opening of the Regional Transportation District’s (RTD) B-Line commuter rail and Westminster Station as well as major improvements along US 36 including the US 36 Bikeway, the RTD Flatiron Flyer bus rapid transit service and two transit stations at Sheridan Boulevard and Church Ranch Boulevard.

The first section of the Rocky Mountain Greenway Trail opened in 2016, named one of the “16 in 2016” projects in Colorado by Governor Hickenlooper, providing a regional trail across the northern part of the Denver Metro area.

The city has completed many transportation projects in the past 10 years. And there are many more on the horizon. The maintenance, operation and planning for this infrastructure is ongoing for residents, commuters and visitors.

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