RTD Deal Gets DIA Train Rolling

Williamson, Richard
August 2010
Bond Buyer;8/3/2010, Vol. 373 Issue 33360, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the 404 million dollar tax-exempt private-activity bonds to be issued by the Regional Transportation District (RTD) of Colorado to fund a commuter line linking Denver International Airport (DIA) to downtown transit center at Union Station. It points out that the contribution of RTD will pay for the design-build phase of the project. The redevelopment of the Union Station will also start, while DIA drafts its financial plan for the South Terminal.


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