Traveling Denver by bus is still fairly slow, but two frustrating parts of the trip just got a lot easier.
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RTD currently has no budget to install new shelters. Plus, they usually don't own or control the land where shelters are installed.
RTD is once more beset by a bunch of bad news, but the good news for us is that there will be a series of four open houses to talk about some of it.
Denver Public Schools is changing course on how it will spend $400,000 in local tax dollars earmarked for student transportation.
The G Line connects Union Station with Arvada and Wheat Ridge, and we have no idea when it will open.
Denver's old bus hub will become 225 apartments, office space and retail by summer 2019, according to its developer.
There's still a live bill in the Democratic-controlled House and an opportunity for this all to turn out differently, but it's not a bet I would take.
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed an executive order Thursday calling for a special session to fix a problem with SB 267.
When you write legislation really quickly, sometimes you accidentally cut funding for buses and museums
This goes back to Senate Bill 267, which neglected to mention Colorado's special districts like RTD and SCFD when it tinkered with the marijuana tax rate.
In 2035, Denver hopes that riding the bus down Colfax Avenue from I-25 to Anschutz Medical Center will be as quick as taking your car.
The Central Rail Extension represents less than a mile of rail and two new stations. It's cheap at $110 million, but it's still out of reach for now.