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3/24/2021



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RTD-Denver to end N Line fare pilot


The pilot program included a local fare to ride the entirety of the line.
Photo – rtd-denver.com

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Six months after Regional Transportation District-Denver (RTD) opened its newest commuter-rail line, the N Line, the promotional pilot program is ending at the close of service on March 27, according to an RTD news release.

The pilot program included a local fare to ride the entirety of the line. The agency’s regular fare structure for the line resumes at the start of service March 28.

Following a week of free fares after the N Line opened Sept. 21, 2020, riders have been able to board at any of the seven stations along the line and pay a $3 local fare, with exceptions for trips that require transfers out of the Local service area. 

Starting March 28, a trip that extends from Union Station in Denver to either of the two stops farthest along the line, at Northglenn•112th Avenue Station or Eastlake•124th Station will cost a $5.25 regional fare. 



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