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Feb 27, 2018

RTD considers higher fares for A-Line and local and regional bus routes as it tries to help transit-dependent riders

Fare increases could be coming to RTD’s bus and rail system — including a possible jump in the price of a train trip to the airport, from $9 to $10.50 — to help cover the cost of discounts for some of the system’s most frequent riders, such as youths and low-income families.

Feb 26, 2018

A transportation sales tax hike could be headed to the Colorado ballot. But can it pass?

A coalition of business leaders across the state took a major step this week toward asking Colorado voters to raise sales taxes for transportation, but even some who have long supported a tax hike for roads are now questioning whether the effort can succeed.

Feb 26, 2018

New Uber Carpool Service Debuts In Denver, Like A Minibus With Cheaper Rides

The company announced on Wednesday a shared ride service called Express Pool. Fares will cost as much as half the price of Uber Pool.

Feb 26, 2018

Uber rolls out transit-style Express Pool service in Denver

Heads up, commuters: You now have another option to get to work. Ride-sharing giant Uber launched its latest iteration Wednesday in Denver, a service that mimics city buses. Instead of a ride coming to the location of a user’s choosing, riders who select the new Express Pool option will walk to designated pick-up and drop-off locations along “straighter, faster routes.” The app also offers walking directions to and from the drop-off spot, Uber spokesman Ethan Stock said in a statement.

Feb 20, 2018

RTD to shut down parts of A-Line rail service this weekend

The Regional Transportation District will put in place its second partial closure of rail service on the University of Colorado A-Line this weekend, with buses covering the segment between Union Station and Central Park Station.

Feb 20, 2018

Latest version of Denver’s Blueprint plan recognizes that not all neighborhood change is created equal

Denver’s latest stab at guiding development and land use for the next decade or two in the growth-fatigued city has added even more complexity to an evolving plan. City officials are proposing four classifications to promote varying degrees of change or stability, neighborhood by neighborhood, as part of the updated “Blueprint Denver” plan. Their aim is for a new level of sophistication that might stave off some of the intense development and rezoning fights seen in recent years.

Feb 16, 2018

Lawmakers Block Bid by Stephen Humphrey, Tim Neville to Make Colorado Streets Deadlier

In an 8 to 4 vote yesterday, the House Transportation and Energy Committee rejected a bill that would have banned speed cameras and red light cameras statewide. Police officers, residents, and advocates — 19 people all told — spoke against HB 1072. One person, a rep from the American Civil Liberties Union, spoke in favor of the bill, which was sponsored by Representative Stephen Humphrey and Senator Tim Neville, both Republicans.

Feb 16, 2018

Costly human flaggers along RTD’s A-Line don’t make crossings safer, experts testify in hearing crucial to opening of G-Line

Flaggers positioned at crossings along the University of Colorado A-Line for nearly two years — at a cost estimated in the tens of millions of dollars — are no longer needed and should be removed, several experts testified at a state hearing Thursday.

Feb 16, 2018

DIA does not track Uber and Lyft rides, opening risk of losing revenue, Denver auditor warns

Denver International Airport needs to start tracking Uber and Lyft rather than relying on the two companies to report how much business they are doing at the airport, Denver auditor Tim O’Brien warned.

Feb 15, 2018

Denver Metro Chamber Will Pitch Ballot Measures to Fund Colorado Transportation

A coalition led by the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce will file language next week for three ballot measures that would raise money for transportation projects by increasing the state sales tax, Chamber President and CEO Kelly Brough said Tuesday.

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