The Regional Transportation District is offering free rides on its G-Line train for the next two weeks.
RTD announced on Saturday on its website that the free rides will be available from 3 a.m. Saturday through May 11. That includes the new G-Line that will go between Denver, Arvada and Wheat Ridge.
The G-Line trains to Arvada and Wheat Ridge started service at 10 a.m. Friday, opening after a more than two-year delay as RTD worked to fix its crossing gate technology.
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The agency thanked members of the public for their patience and posted about the free rides on Twitter on Sunday.
For the full schedule, go to http://www.rtd-denver.com/g-line-schedule-east-weekday.shtml.