Regional Transportation District (RTD)
Politico: Metro Denver Transit 'Miracle' And Missed Opportunity; Is Passenger Rail Across Colorado A Pie In The Sky Vision?
Metro Denver’s rail service was designed to reduce road congestion but the biggest benefit has been revitalization of the neighborhoods near its stations, according to a new article by Colin Woodard in Politico. Then, is passenger rail crisscrossing Colorado pie in the sky? And, Colorado’s new public lands day.
A new piece in Politico says the expansion is one of a kind in scale, but designers asked the wrong question when they planned it.
- RTD says the malfunction is common on train systems across the country and can usually be fixed quickly.Read more
RTD expects 18,000 people a day will ride the $1.2 billion train, and that means some disruptions for bus service and other transportation options.
Former Denver Mayor and U.S. Transportation Secretary, Federico Peña reflects on DIA's opening, and what the University of Colorado A Line means to the city.
RTD's Latest Plan For The B Line, New Members of Colorado's Music Hall of Fame, Robot Toys Aim At Legos
The train to Denver International Airport starts next week, but a long-waited train to Boulder and Longmont, called the B Line, is years from completion. Then, band Leader Glenn Miller and songstress Lannie Garrett are among this year’s inductees to the Colorado Music Hall of Fame. And, blocks called Cubelets are self-contained robots designed to teach kids creativity.