Central Park Station opens for bus service

The Regional Transportation District has opened the Central Park Station Park-n-Ride for bus service and parking.

The new station, located at 8200 Smith Rd., replaces the Stapleton Park-n-Ride. It has 1,500 parking spaces and serves bus routes 28, 38, 40, 43, 65, 105 AB/ABA and AS. It also will be a commuter rail station for the A Line to Denver International Airport in the spring of 2016.

Parking fees apply at the station. Vehicles registered at an address within RTD boundaries may park for free the first 24-hour period every day they are parked. For parking beyond the first 24 hours, a $2 daily fee applies. Passengers with vehicles registered out of the district pay a $4 fee for every day they are parked.

RTD and its contractor, Denver Transit Partners, are hosting an open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 26 at the park-n-ride. The event will include a ribbon cutting ceremony, information about the commuter rail station and trains.

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