Management & Operations

Denver RTD launches mobile-friendly website

Posted on July 24, 2015

Denver's Regional Transportation District (RTD) is serving its customers more efficiently and effectively with the launch of its newly redesigned website www.rtd-denver.com. The mobile-friendly site now offers a focus on trip planning and schedules — the pages that RTD website users visit the most, making it simple to access information on the go.

Enhancements on the redesigned site include new ways to customize schedules, the ability to look up the next scheduled departure from a stop or current location with the new Next Ride tool, quick access to the tools site visitors use most, and a responsive design, making viewing easy on mobile or tablet devices.

In the last year, the RTD website received 45 million page views from nearly seven million users. Views from mobile and tablet devices made up 64% of all site traffic.
Explore the new RTD site at rtd-denver.com and watch a video about the added features here.

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