Miss a flight because of A Line problems? RTD will not cover your costs

RTD does offer coupons if your bus or train is delayed more than 30 minutes by something other than weather or traffic.

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The A Line by DIA. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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The A Line moving by DIA. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

The University of Colorado A Line has been wreaking havoc on the sanity and bank accounts of riders, but RTD isn’t doing much in the way of compensation.

Asked if there is any way for passengers to be reimbursed for the cost of missing a flight, RTD Spokesman Scott Reed told Denver 7, “Just like taxicab companies, limo services, Super Shuttle or your next door neighbor, RTD cannot guarantee travel times.”

So, that’s a no.

RTD does offer coupons if your bus or train is delayed more than 30 minutes by something other than weather or traffic, so take advantage of that, at least, if it happens to you.

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