Peoria Station
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Peoria Station
RTD commuter rail and light rail station
Peoria Station (RTD).JPG
The A-line platforms
Location11501 E. 33rd Avenue
Aurora, Colorado
Coordinates39°46?03.2?N 104°51?01.5?W / 39.767556°N 104.850417°W / 39.767556; -104.850417Coordinates: 39°46?03.2?N 104°51?01.5?W / 39.767556°N 104.850417°W / 39.767556; -104.850417
Owned byRegional Transportation District
  A Line
  R Line
Platforms4 side platforms
ConnectionsTheRide buses
Structure typeAt-grade
Parking550 parking spaces
Bicycle facilities10 lockers and 10 racks
Disabled accessYes
OpenedApril 22, 2016 (2016-04-22) (A Line platform)
The R-line platforms at Peoria Station.

Peoria, also known as Peoria/Smith, is a Regional Transportation District (RTD) station in Aurora, Colorado. The station is served by the A Line, a commuter rail line from Union Station in Downtown Denver to Denver International Airport, and the R Line, a light rail line crossing through Aurora and South to Lone Tree. A Line travel times from the station to Downtown Denver and Denver International Airport are about 17 and 20 minutes, respectively. Peoria station is the northern terminus of the R Line with a travel time of 58 minutes to the southern terminus at Lincoln station.

Peoria and Union Station are the two locations where RTD commuter rail and light rail meet, and Peoria is the only station facilitating a cross-platform transfer between the two systems.

Peoria station is also served by several TheRide bus routes and has a 550-space park-and-ride lot.[1]

The A Line began service at Peoria station on April 22, 2016.[2] The R Line began service on February 24, 2017.[3]


  1. ^ "University of Colorado A Line Stations & Parking". RTD. Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ Whaley, Monte; Aguilar, John (April 22, 2016). "A-train to Denver airport opens to public, hundreds wait to ride". The Denver Post. Retrieved 2016.
  3. ^ Paul, Jesse (February 23, 2017). "RTD R-Line begins service Friday to Aurora, Denver and Lone Tree -- and you can ride for free". The Denver Post. Retrieved 2017.

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