Flight Ride Series
Flight Ride series with RTD Arts-N-Transit project art and protection combined. Developed by the Lowry Foundation in partnership with RTD and DURA, these are transit shelters combined with art pieces.
RTD stop at Alameda and Fairmount, created by David Griggs installed in 2007. A combination of steel, fiberglass and plastic with a 32 foot tall mast, this is a showcase piece located along Alameda north side and serves as the RTD stop for westbound passengers.
RTD stop at Lowry Blvd. and Uinta, created by Erick Johnson installed in 2003 this piece is located next to the senior center on the north side of the street, this metal transit shelter helps travelers going west.
RTD stop at Lowry Blvd and Yosemite, created by Mike Mancarella installed in 2003. A variety of small planes fly from underneath the curved roof of the metal shelter.
RTD stop at Quebec and 1st Avenue, created by Erick Johnson installed in 2002, this public art sculpture is located across the street from Schlessman Library. Powder coat steel, stainless and plexiglass the piece has three canopies which gives shelter and seating for Quebec buses heading north.