If you are coming into Union Station by connecting light rail or by bus, chances are that you are going to find yourself on the far side of Union Station, in the Union Station Transit Center.
Using the Denvers RTD Light Rail or Bus System, you can leave your car at home and find rides from across the Metro Area to Union Station. Once you get to a touchscreen at the station, simply select the airport pass and you will have a ticket good on all public RTD Rail transit, throughout Denvers wonderful metro, all day. There are some short stops along the way, if you are lucky enough to live closer to Denver International Airport than Union Station, of parking a vehicle at Union Station. The trains pull in the rear of Union Station, so you have to walk the five or ten minutes to get there.
To get to the airport parking garage from the terminal, passengers will have to take a skybridge and then walk all the way down to SeaTac/Airport station. This shuttle runs from the Light Rails Link station, from 5 am until midnight, to downtown in the airport parking garage, seven days a week. Despite the heavy machinery and construction activities, it is still possible to get in and out of the garage. A new parking garage has been constructed next to Golden Station, which holds 835 vehicles.
The surface parking lots located on the west side of Coconut Grove Metrorail station will be moved east, between the Douglas Road and U.S.-1 Metrorail stations. The Coconut Grove Metrorail Station will remain open and accessible to all rail and bus services, as well as transfers.
Parking is available in Fannin South Park & Ride, which is adjacent to Fannin South Rail Station, and in several locations throughout the Rail Line. Weekend service runs every 20 minutes during daytime hours, and every 30 minutes at night. Trains operate every 10 minutes during rush hours, and generally every 10 to 15 minutes during the rest of the day. Orange Line trains leave Dadeland South Station and the Miami Airport Station every 10 minutes during weekdays during peak hours and every 15 minutes during non-peak hours.
Passengers traveling toward the airport from Palmetto Station make transfers to Earlington Heights Station for connection to the Orange Line trains. This light rail connection between E Lines Expo/Crenshaw station and C Lines Aviation/LAX station would bring service to Inglewood and Leimert Park. This light rail line begins in east L.A. for Union Station, making prominent stops in Mariachi Plaza and near Little Tokyo and the Arts District, then continues northward through Chinatown, Highland Park, South Pasadena, and Pasadena, where six stations are on the line.
Owned and operated by Sound Transit, Light Rail serves as a primary transit option to Downtown Seattle. TRAX, the light rail system operated by UTA, provides a cost-effective connection to community destinations, retail centers, schools, and universities, FrontRunner stations, bus hubs, and Park & Ride lots throughout the Salt Lake Valley. At the core of Portlands world-class mass transit system is MAX Light Rail, which connects Portlands more than 90 stations in the central city. METROs Blue Line connects Downtown Minneapolis to the airport and the Mall of America, while METROs Green Line connects Downtown Minneapolis, University of Minnesota, and Downtown St. Paul.
Light Rail Transit The METRO Blue Line offers rapid, quiet light rail service between downtown Minneapolis and the Mall of America. For a highly efficient way of getting around, take METROs Blue Line and Green Line, the Twin Cities Light Rail Transit (LRT) services. Light-rail Transit (LRT) trains stop at both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, connecting riders with 17 additional destinations, including Downtown Minneapolis in the North and the Mall of America in the South. Dozens of bus routes are scheduled to connect to trains at METRO Blue Line stations, making it easy to get to work, to shop, or anywhere else you need to go.
Whether you are heading to work downtown, heading to the University of Texas, or moving between any of nine stations along the MetroRails 32-mile route, MetroRail is a convenient and reliable way to get everywhere you want to go.
Nine rail lines serve 53 stations on Denvers southeast, southwest, west and east rail corridors. L1 Dulwich Hill Light Rail runs between downtown station and Dulwich Hill, making stops at popular destinations in the Central Business District and the Inner West.
There are ticket machines and validaters at over 90 stations, but riders can also use their phones to pay fares using Hop Fastpass System. Signs at every station tell you when the MAX Light Rails coming in from Portland, and what lines are running. For those taking the Community Call-n-Ride bus from Golden to Golden Station to get downtown Denver The Community Call-n-Ride bus from Golden Golden Station Downtown Denver, riders can buy a $4.00 ticket on the bus and use this connection to continue on a train for no additional charge.
Take the train to the MLK station, and then get on a Connector Bus that will take you to UTs campus (Route 465). The last full run of the day starts at 11pm, arriving on the other end of the line just after midnight.
The lines are lit up at the front of every train, so you are never confused as to which train you should get on. Unlike most light rail trains, you will be riding on level-service A Line trains, so you can carry your bags with ease and not have to worry about stairs.
In addition to six eastlink stations, Sound Transit is building a operations and maintenance facility in the BelRed neighborhood, where the light rail cars will be stored and maintained. The six East Link stations, along with a downtown tunnel at Bellevue, will be built in individual segments. Instead, the MetroBus Route 455 Leander/Lakeline shuttle will be available to people who need to get between the Lakeline and Leander stations.