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Amtrak moves back to Union Station on Feb. 28


After being temporarily relocated during construction at Denver Union Station, Amtrak moved back to Union Station at 1701 Wynkoop St. on February 28, 2014.

Renovation inside the historic Union Station building is not yet finished, so Amtrak passengers will access the waiting room, ticketing and baggage office by following signs to the trackside of the building at the south end (the south wing portion of the historic building). From there, passengers will follow signs to the newly constructed passenger platform, under the large white canopy, where they will load and unload. Access to the new Amtrak facility will be from the front of the building when construction is completed in July.

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Although there will be no passenger parking at the new location, there are numerous long and short- term parking lots and garages around Union Station. For more information on parking downtown, visit http://www.downtowndenver.com

Parking near Union Station

The stop for Amtrak Thruway buses will be temporarily located on Wynkoop Street, across from Union Station and marked with signage.

For more information, Amtrak customers locally can call (303) 825-2583 or the toll-free Amtrak contact centers at (800) USA-RAIL.

For ticketing information call 800-872-7245 (USA-RAIL)

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Historic Union Station
to open in July 2014

On December 3, 2012, construction began on Denver's historic Union Station, turning the landmark into a bustling mixed-use, transit-oriented hub with a planned opening in July 2014. Once open, the building will be active 24/7, 365 days a year. The public area will be open to the community and travelers alike.

The building will feature The Crawford Hotel, a 112-room independent hotel on the upper levels to be managed by Denver's Sage Hospitality, named after Union Station Alliance partner, Dana Crawford.

Denver's Larimer Associates is handling the retail leasing at Union Station and will feature more than 22,000 square feet of ground floor space divided into approximately 10 independent retail and restaurant outlets, complemented by a 12,000 square foot public common area, the "Great Hall",and 40,000 square feet of outdoor plaza space. Restaurant and retail will be a custom-crafted collection of locally owned businesses.

Three lead restaurants for
Denver's Union Station have
been announced.

  • Fruition Restaurant
  • The Kitchen Next Door
  • Snooze, an A.M. Eatery

The project construction is being led by Colorado's Milender White Construction Company.

For more information visit www.unionstationindenver.com.

A whole new way to ride:
Bus Concourse opened May 11

After 30 years, Market Street Station permanently closed on May 11 and was replaced by the sleek, stylish, 22-gate underground bus facility at Union Station.

See the new Union Station Bus Concourse.

As part of the closure of Market Street Station, the following routes relocated to Union Station: 0, 15L, 31X, 32, 40X, 55X, 72X, 80X, 86X, 104X, 120X, AF, BV/BF/BX/BMX, L/LX/LNX/LSX, and S.

RTD will begin service on the Free MetroRide in May 2014. This high-frequency rush-hour bus will run along 18th and 19th Streets from Union Station to Civic Center Station, easing congestion on the 16th Street Mall and offering an additional way to navigate the downtown area.

Learn more about the Free MetroRide


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Denver Union Station Project Authority