Central Corridor

  Denver Union Staion Pepsi Center / Elitch Gardens Station Denver Union Staion Colfax at Auraria Station Pepsi Center / Elitch Gardens Station Invesco Field at Mile High Station Auraria West Station 10th and Osage Station Alameda Station Broadway Station Denver Union Staion Denver Union Staion Downtown Loop Downtown Loop Welton Corridor Welton Corridor Central Corridor Extenstion Central Corridor Extenstion 38th and Blake Station Broadway Station Alameda Station 10th and Osage Station Colfax at Auraria Station Auraria West Station Invesco Field at Mile High Station

Central Corridor

The Central Corridor is a destination connector linking residential neighborhoods to downtown and major activity centers. The main Light Rail line was completed in 1994 with the Central Platte Valley Spur completed in 2002.  The Central Corridor Extension is currently in the planning phase.

Access to...

  • Auraria Campus
  • Colorado Convention Center
  • Downtown Denver
  • Elitch Gardens
  • Five Points
  • Sports Authority Field
  • Pepsi Center
  • Union Station


There are currently ten stations built and three stations planned along the Central Corridor that are within the City of Denver. These stations are a mixture of Downtown, Urban Center, and Campus station types. Downtown stations are characterized by a mixture of office, residential, retail, entertainment, and civic uses with high quality feeder bus/streetcar connections. Urban Center stations offer a blend of residential, office, and retail with bus connections and some Park-n-ride facilities. Campus stations are characterized by a university campus setting, athletic facilities, and large Park-n-rides.

Denver Union Station

Denver Union Station (DUS) will be the region's multimodal transportation hub.  DUS will integrate light rail, commuter rail, bus service, and the 16th Street Mall shuttle, as well as taxis, bicycles, and pedestrians.