Welcome to RFTA's updated BRT website! BRT is a rubber tire transit service that combines stations, vehicles, running ways, a flexible operating plan, and technology into a high quality, customer focused service that is fast, reliable, comfortable and cost efficient. The new BRT service is called VelociRFTA. The route is shown here.
The goal of the VelociRFTA BRT project is to improve RFTA's operations and facilities to be faster, more convenient, and more comfortable. BRT combines the flexibility and cost savings of buses with the efficiency, speed, reliability, and amenities of rail.
This website contains a wealth of information on the components of BRT, service plans and stations, costs and funding, project history and upcoming schedule, and much more. You can also provide feedback and ask questions about the system. Just click on any of the menu tabs above to get started.
We are so thrilled with the honors this project has garnered nationally including being named one of the White House Champions of Change Transportation Innovators winners, and receiving U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, and the head of the Federal Transit Administration Peter Rogoff. We were so thrilled they came to see our work, as did our Governor Hickenlooper! Our sincerest thanks for all your support and help.
Construction Status of Project
Click here to see what is being built where! Click here for our weekly construction update. Clic aqui para mas informacion. We just got a couple of more pictures of what the stations under construction will look like from a bird's eye view when completed. Please click here for an illustration of what Brush Creek/Hwy 82 bus, and here for a look at the Carbondale Park and Ride.
VelociRFTA Fact Sheets To learn more about RFTA's VelociRFTA project please read our fact sheets. For a information in English please click here. Para la información en español hace clic aquí por favor.