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A jet on final approach to Runway 7 is framed by a Denver Transit Partners crane working on the Peña Boulevard commuter rail bridge at Denver International Airport.
East Rail Line Construction Slideshows
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Rail Welding for the Tracks to the Airport
Denver Transit Partners construction crews have begun welding steel rail along Peña Boulevard. It's a process called flash-butt welding, electrically forging a connection between rails for a smooth ride on your trip along RTD's commuter rail lines.
Commuter Rail Bridge Construction Over Peña Boulevard at DIA
Work began in June on the 1,953-foot Commuter Rail bridge over Denver International Airport's Peña Boulevard. Look for this work on the north side working its way southward.
Broadway-Brighton Bridge Girder Installation
Six prestressed concrete girders were placed over the Broadway-Brighton Boulevard underpass in the Coors Field parking lot during an overnight street closure April 4. This is the first bridge to go under construction on the East Rail Line.
Completion of Coors Field Parking Lot Work
Construction of drainage improvements, track alignment walls and utility relocations in the Coors Field parking lot during the Colorado Rockies' off-season wrapped up well ahead of first pitch. Take a look at the completed work.
Off-Season Construction in Coors Field Parking Lot
Workers on the East Rail Line are busy in the Coors Field Parking lot, relocating water and sewer lines and constructing a concrete wall that will frame the
alignment for the commuter rail tracks. Take a look at some of their
work in this slideshow, shot Dec. 27, 2011.