A new proposal would allow for development up to 12 floors in Globeville on the current site of The Big Wonderful.
RTD is looking for residents from across its eight-county area to join its Citizens Advisory Committee.
A taxpayer advocacy group sued RTD and SCFD for allegedly violating TABOR.
The state Public Utilities Commission approved getting rid of flaggers and relying on automated crossing gates instead along the A Line.
RTD is banking on higher wages and improved benefits in a new collective bargaining agreement to help attract bus and train operators.
The group laid out potential plans for 40 to 50 percent discounts for low-income riders, 70 percent discounts and free passes for youth, and the adjustments to regular fares and passes necessary to balance the budget.
The ride-share company now offers an Express Pool feature that eliminates "the unpredictability that sharing can bring."
Denver could learn from Seattle and Amazon could push the city to better address mobility.
The new plans are a refinement of a design proposed back in October 2017, with changes made based on input from downtown workers, businesses on the mall and the broader community.
In a changing Denver, transportation has to change, too. Including the prices.
Riders tend to be white, making at least $50,000 and have access to vehicles.
Free service will run from 7 p.m. New Year's Eve to 7 a.m. Jan. 1., although some service disruptions are expected.
The facility is a hub for 18 routes and is expected to handle 15,000 passengers every day.
All the ticket kiosks decided they wouldn't accept credit cards just as riders were trying to board the A Line at Union Station Thursday.
Civic Center Station is set to reopen for full-service Sunday, Dec. 17.
A car accident that badly injured Marade chair Vern Howard has been a major setback to the organization still recovering from lost sponsors last year.
The victim was taken to a hospital alive.