Transit-Oriented Development

Centerra is Northern Colorado’s only transit-oriented development (TOD), which means that the community’s thousands of residents and employees as well as the area’s businesses are connected by easy access to regional and local transit. The TOD designation is another facet of Centerra’s sustainability in action.

A Bustang Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) stop at the Loveland-Greeley Park and Ride at Interstate 25 and Highway 34 links Loveland with Fort Collins and downtown Denver’s Union Station for easy commuting to work or leisure activities.

And Centerra’s BRT service will be even more convenient when the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) relocates the station as part of its project to add three lanes to I-25 from Mulberry Street to Colorado 492. The new station, planned to be built just south of Kendall Parkway, will create bus slip ramps, saving time for commuters. Pedestrian access walks and 200 parking spaces are planned to be added to the site. The anticipated completion date for the Bustang station relocation is 2020-2021.

Putting its money where its mouth is where sustainability and transit are concerned, the Centerra Metro District has contributed $6 million to the CDOT project.