Officials with the Regional Transportation District shut down bus and rail service at 7 p.m. on Sunday due to the blizzard. Road conditions were worsening by the hour in Denver as the major snowstorm continued to pound Colorado's Front Range.
- The heavy snowfall caused RTD to suspend service Monday, and you can see why. Some buses got stuck in the snow. This one was abandoned at 9th and Cook Street in Denver's Congress Park.
And then this RTD bus sad stranded just East of Colorado Boulevard on 104th. When we got there, there weren't any passengers on board. Light rail service is also suspended. The B, G, and N line rails are not running. RTD says it will resume service when conditions improve.