Regional Transportation District (RTD)


Access-on-Demand is an optional subsidized curb-to-curb service using taxi and ride-share providers. Individuals with current eligibility for Access-a-Ride service may take up to 60 trips per month between the 4 on-demand providers. RTD will pay for the first $25 of the trip cost, and the remaining portion is paid by the individual through the provider’s payment platform.

RTD Access-on-Demand

  • Access-on-Demand is available to eligible Access-a-Ride customers as a curb-to-curb, same-day alternative service. To enroll, visit RTD Access-on-Demand.


The City and County of Broomfield is served by local, regional, and express transit routes operated by the Regional Transportation District (RTD). Local buses serve most park-n-rides. Consider taking the neighborhood bus to the park-n-ride, and connect virtually to any place in the Denver metropolitan area by transit.

Use the RTD Trip Planner to plan a door-to-door transit trip or use a third-party app to plan your trip. 

View how to ride to answer any questions about riding the bus, paying the fare, using mobile ticketing, or using a MyRide pass

Plan your trip with how to park at the RTD Park N Rides and download the parking app for an easy-pay option.

Transit Routes Operating in Broomfield

There are a number of transit options in Broomfield.  Please follow the links below for a full schedule and list of destinations served. 


= Rides available from US 36 & Broomfield Station Park-n-Ride - 8010 Transit Way, Broomfield 

= Rides available from US 36 & Flatiron Station Park-n-Ride - 398 East Flatiron Circle, Broomfield

RTD Specialty Services

  • RTD Free Travel Training Program

    is designed for older adults (60+), people with disabilities and others living with mobility limitations to learn how to ride public transit as a way to expand their transportation options and save money. There is no charge for the Travel Training Program. Participants can ride the fixed route and FlexRide buses for free and their Access-a-Ride service will remain unchanged. To learn how to ride transit, please contact RTD Training at 303-299-4144 or
  • RTD Access-a-Ride

    provides transportation to passengers with disabilities who are unable to use fixed-route buses and qualify under the guidelines established by the American Disabilities Act (ADA). Call 303-299-6560 for more information.
  • RTD Bike-n-Ride

    program makes it easy to combine transit and bicycling. All buses except the Denver 16th Street Mall shuttles are equipped with bike racks on the front of each bus and are welcome on all rails. Bike-N-Ride secure storage shelters are available at numerous US 36 Bus Rapid Transit Stations, including Downtown Boulder, Table Mesa, and McCaslin. Coming soon as well, Broomfield & Sheridan Stations.
  • RTD’s SkyRide

    service for convenient, affordable transportation to Denver International Airport.
    • For more information, visit RTD-Denver website or call 303-299-6000.