A long-simmering, hushed dispute between RTD and its private partner that built and operates its flagship commuter rail lines has broken into the open.
Major changes have been in the works for more than a year, with input from advocacy groups, colleges, school districts, and other organizations.
B-cycle wants to expand, even as new bike and scooter services crowd the market.
Eight "micro-mobility" companies have permits to launch e-scooters, dockless bicycles and other transit options in Denver.
The electric scooters meet a car-free public transportation desire, but infrastructure shortcomings and lack of city preparedness cause issues.
The station would connect two proposed hyperloop routes: Cheyenne to Pueblo and Denver International Airport to Vail.
The I-70 expansion, record road fatalities and poor infrastructure conditions: what will receive the budget windfall?
The April 20 incident on the A Line that left 200 riders stranded dented the transit agencies' relationship, but decades-long deal will likely remain intact.
The board decried DTP’s lack of communication and questioned what steps the company would take to prevent such incidents in the future.
RTD says it has no plan to terminate the deal with its A Line contractor. But the possibility is enough to worry analysts.