Welcome to the Denver Union Station Project Authority
Denver Union Station is a unique project that will bring together many different transportation modes, along with new private development, to create a new bustling urban center and multimodal transportation hub.
We invite you to explore how Union Station will change the face of Downtown Denver and the region.
For ticketing information
Jump directly to Amtrak for information on riding the train.
What's New ....
DUS MOA Annual Report Available
The annual summary report detailing work undertaken pursuant to the DUS Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Colorado State Historic Preservation Officer was released on October 2, 2013. This is available for public review here. Interested members of the public are invited to provide comments to the State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO), the Regional Transportation District (RTD) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) within a 30 day comment period.
Overview of 2013 Construction
• Completed all finish work inside Regional Bus Facility, including terrazzo flooring, decorative metal panel systems, painting and tile
• Completed installation, testing and commissioning for all mechanical., electrical, ventilation, fire-life safety, and smoke management systems
• Completed erection, gutters, painting of train hall canopy and Amtrak canopy
• Completed pedestrian bridge
• Completed CRT platforms
• Opened 17th St. Gardens
- Construction News
- Stay Informed
How can I stay informed about the project?
DUSPA’s Board of Directors holds regular meetings; find agendas and minutes.
See FACT SHEETS below for more details.
- New Transit Hub
What will Union Station look like?
As the hub of RTD’s FasTracks program, the redevelopment of Denver Union Station is a crucial component of one of the largest transportation projects in North America. The multimodal hub will knit many different transportation modes and six new public plazas in one place with convenient, attractive and engaging pedestrian and bicycle connections.
The Historic Station, the symbol of the project and heart and soul of the transit district, will be rehabilitated to its historic prominence. Upon completion, Denver Union Station will be an exciting destination and a major transportation gateway to the region.