Vision Statement for Denver Union Station
(Adopted by Partner Agencies in 2002)
"Denver Union Station will be a multimodal transportation hub of international significance and a prominent and distinctive gateway to downtown Denver and
Denver Union Station will bring critical elements of the public and private local, regional, statewide, and national transportation systems, both existing and future, together with private development and inspiring civic features.
Denver Union Station will create an exciting setting that will improve the connections between all transportation modes, respect the character and historical significance of the station and its adjacent neighborhoods, and provide a stimulating environment for public activity and
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The redevelopment of Denver Union Station is made possible by a unique partnership among four entities: the Regional Transportation District (RTD), the City and County of Denver (CCD), the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG).
After RTD purchased Denver Union Station in 2001 with assistance from the Partner Agencies, an Executive Oversight Committee (EOC) was formed through an intergovernmental agreement and the Master Plan process was initiated.
Find out more about the Partner Agencies here:
Regional Transportation District
City and County of Denver
Colorado Department of Transportation
Denver Regional Council of Governments