The Denver Broncos will be embarking on another season starting tomorrow (July 27th) when training camp officially opens but the season will be up and rolling in ernest starting on Monday September 12th when the team travels up to Seattle to take on the Seahawks.

As for when Broncos Country will be able to see the team up close and personal for the regular season opener, that's going to be the following week on September 18th when the Houston Texans come charging into the Mile High City.

While that brings obvious excitement, there also comes with that excitement the pain of getting to and from the games and for another year, one of the more convenient sources is down and out of the running for commuting Broncos Country to and from Empower Field.

RTD (Regional Transportation District) which suspended BroncosRide services back in 2020 will still be on the bench when it comes to serving Broncos Country for games.


 

While the buses provided over 120,000 rides for fans during the 2019 season and while that is a bummer, RTD still has the light rail service available and according to RTD who spoke to 9 News, they'll be adding capacity to train cars on specific lines to and from the stadium.

The Broncos will play a total of 10 home games throughout the preseason and regular season as newcomers Nathanial Hackett and Russel Wilson look to turn things around for the team looking for its first playoff birth since their Super Bowl 50 win back in February 2016.

 

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