TBD = To Be Determined
It's the remaining long stretch of line that has not had at least partial construction.
B Line opens
at the Fastracks site. It has some pictures of the festivities, and it states that the DUS - Westminster line is about 6 miles long.
RTD launches B Line train that one day will reach Boulder, Longmont - Longmont Times-Call
Has some interesting things.
Although the B Line is part of the sales-tax-funded FasTracks plan, RTD has said there isn't funding for continuing the train through Boulder to Longmont until at least 2040.
Peck said what's needed to finish the line is a partnership similar to the one that got the Westminster portion of the B Line built.
That's Longmont City Councilwoman Joan Peck.
RTD's planners had initially projected 55 trains per day on the Northwest line. That is roughly one train every 20 minutes from 6 am to midnight, with more frequent trains in peak hours. That's roughly what BART does.
"That's an incredibly frequent level of service based upon projections of ridership," Reed said. "Once the communities can agree on a reduced initial service plan, we can then look at costs and work with Burlington North Santa Fe Railway to see what's possible."
That's RTD spokesman Scott Reed.
So it seems like they are considering something like peak-time only or one train every hour or two at off-peak times. That will make coexistence with BNSF's trains much easier.