What is the Link?
The Link is a free shuttle service that connects key employment centers along Park Meadows Drive with restaurants, retail, and the RTD transit system. With convenient service every 10 minutes, the Link brings employees from the Lincoln Light Rail Station to their place of employment.
How is the Link funded?
The Link is provided through a collaborative public-private partnership with five Lone Tree organizations: Charles Schwab & Co., Inc., ParkRidge Corporate Center, Sky Ridge Medical Center, the City of Lone Tree, and the Denver South Transportation Management Association. Thanks to their generous sponsorship, riders can enjoy the shuttle service for free.
Where does it stop?
The Link makes frequent stops at the Lincoln Light Rail Station, the Entertainment District, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc., Sky Ridge Medical Center, and ParkRidge Corporate Center, all in Lone Tree. Along with the Full Service Loop that stops at all of these locations throughout the day, the Link also offers morning express service to Charles Schwab and Sky Ridge Medical Center.
When does the Link operate?
The shuttle system runs Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Service loops that include the Entertainment District begin at 10 a.m. The Link does not provide services on the weekends and does not operate on major holidays.
Why can’t the shuttle pick me up at my house?
The Link is a circulator shuttle that aims to provide service for employees who work in Lone Tree but may take the light rail in from the Denver area. The Link was created after our partner businesses saw that many of their employees needed a “last-mile” solution when trying to get to work. As the service is funded by these partner businesses, the route only includes stops at their specified locations.
If you need to go outside of the Link service area, try using the RTD Call-n-Ride service.
What are the holidays when the bus will not operate?
The Link will not operate on federal holidays. Visit lonetreelink.com/schedule for specific details.
Will the bus let me off anywhere along the route?
No. Shuttles service a specific route and stop only at the designated stops. Try to find the designated stop that is closest to your final destination and exit the Link there.
Are the Link shuttles wheelchair-accessible?
Yes. All shuttles are equipped with ramps to assist wheelchairs getting on and off the Link.
Are there bike racks on the shuttle?
Do the shuttles run in severe weather?
Yes. As long as conditions allow for safe travel, the Link will operate in severe weather. Keep tabs on service announcements at lonetreelink.com.
Is there Wi-Fi on the Link?
Wi-Fi is not provided on the shuttle. However, you will be at your destination shortly, so sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.