For business that surround the Old Towne Arvada station, the G-line can't come soon enough.
Ryan Galbraith, the owner of Cheapskates Action Sports Bar, said he's bought new furniture, added a brunch menu, and opened the front part of his bar to provide street view seating, all in anticipation of the new line.
"Gearing up for light rail," he said. "It was scheduled for last Halloween I believe was the original date, so it is a little frustrating."
"Good news is the feds accepted our design plan for the first-time last week so we're moving forward with actually proving that," said Nate Currey, a spokesman with RTD.
Once the feds sign off on the design plan for the A-line and B-lines, Currey said the G-line will finally open for business.
"It's taken a little bit of time, but it's worth it -- it is worthwhile to make sure that it's safe and it's done right," said Currey.
For owners like Galbraith, they're ready for new customers to show up at their front doors.
"We see a hopefully great future coming to Old Towne Arvada," he said.