When will the last light rail trains leave Denver after Game 5?

RTD encourages Denver light rail users to plan ahead during the Stanley Cup Finals festivities.

DENVER — Enjoy the game, Avalanche fans, but don’t miss your train.

The Regional Transportation District (RTD) is adding additional trains to help manage Stanley Cup Finals crowds in downtown Denver.

Downtown Denver RTD light rail riders for the game at the Ball Arena or watch parties at the Tivoli Quad on the Auraria campus or throughout downtown are encouraged to know the station’s final departure times Union.

RTD said lines E, W, A and N will operate with additional cars to regular trains to help large crowds cheer on the Avalanche in the National Hockey League Championship Series.

Here are the final departure times from Union Station:

A line

  • Sunday to Thursday: 12:30 p.m.
  • Friday and Saturday: 1 hour

Line B

  • Monday to Sunday: 11:09 p.m.

E-line

  • Monday to Thursday: 10:18 p.m.
  • Friday: 1h54
  • Saturday: 1h48
  • Sunday: 10:54 p.m.

W-Line

  • Sunday to Thursday: 10:58 p.m.
  • Friday and Saturday: 1h58

G-line

  • Monday to Sunday: 12:01 a.m.

Line N

  • Monday to Friday: 10:56 p.m.
  • Saturday: 11:26 p.m.
  • Sunday: 10:26 p.m.

Passengers can check the RTD website before traveling to explore alternative routes, view timetables, sign up for service alerts, track buses and trains with Next Ride, and purchase tickets digitally through the RTD Mobile app Tickets.

The Denver Police Department (DPD) has asked fans to “stay smart” and not overindulge in alcohol or marijuana and to develop a safe game day transportation plan.

“We’ve been here before. We’ve won the Cup before. We’ve won championships before, and the best way to do that is to stay stylish and show our support for our team and do it responsibly,” he said. said DPD leader Paul Pazen.

DPD reminded fans at a press conference Thursday that the city has seen its share of destruction after past championship wins, referencing the Avalanche’s Stanley Cup victory in 2001.

“The positive experience of winning can quickly turn negative when celebrations turn destructive. Fans are urged to celebrate in a controlled manner and not tarnish the team’s achievements with illegal acts,” Pazen said.

RELATED: Denver Police Brace for Massive Crowds Friday

RELATED: Police tell hockey fans to play cool

RELATED: Avs Fan Banned From Ball Arena Says The Punishment Was Worth It

SUGGESTED VIDEOS: Stanley Cup Final

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=videoseries

> Top stories curated daily just for you! Subscribe to the 9NEWSLETTER to get can’t-miss stories, Next and Broncos content, weather and more delivered straight to your inbox.

MORE WAYS TO GET 9NEWS

Subscribe to our 9NEWSLETTER daily

Download the 9NEWS app
iTunes: http://on9news.tv/itunes
Google Play: http://on9news.tv/1lWnC5n

HOW TO ADD THE 9NEWS APP TO YOUR STREAMING DEVICE

ROKU: add channel from ROKU store or by searching KUSA.

For Apple TV and Fire TV, search “9news” to find the free app to add to your account. Another option for Fire TV is to have the app delivered straight to your Fire TV through Amazon.

Jose P. Rogers