The Regional Transportation District weighs the pros and cons of providing Wi-Fi, including the technical difficulties, but most passengers would rather have more buses.
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Centurylink is working to provide Denver customers with faster internet service.
Colorado lawmakers are close to finalizing a series of telecom reforms aimed in part at improving rural broadband.
As some towns struggle to attract young, tech-savvy workers, local government leaders think part of the problem is the lack of fast Internet service in the area.
Word is stuff like this is big with the kids. Many prudent minds are waiting to get in to the Internet, not yet convinced it's more than a fad.