Transportation

2:37pm

Fri August 29, 2014
Tour de Fat

Fort Collins Hosts Tour De Fat, Road Closures In Effect

Road closures and traffic delays are expected near and along the parade route.
Credit Grace Hood / KUNC

If you plan on driving rather than cycling in downtown Fort Collins Saturday, you may want to consider an alternate route. New Belgium Brewery’s annual Tour de Fat parade commences Saturday morning and several road closures are in place with traffic delays expected.

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5:00am

Sat August 23, 2014
Transportation

No More Freebies: Fort Collins’ MAX Bus To Start Charging

Grace Hood KUNC

August 23 marks the last day of free rides along the Fort Collins bus rapid transit system. Starting August 25, the city will begin charging riders $1.25 for trips along the Mason Street corridor.

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12:00pm

Thu August 14, 2014
Urban Renewal

Denver's Union Station At Heart Of Urban Renewal

Union Station in Denver, Colorado
Nathan Heffel KUNC

Denver’s recently reopened Union Station joins other stations across the country including Saint Paul and Kansas City that are changing the landscape of city centers. It’s not because you can catch a ride on the rails, but because people are moving back to the city.

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12:34pm

Mon August 11, 2014
Transportation

RTD Seeks Input On Current Fare Structure

RTD's Auraria Station, 2011
RTD Flickr - used with permission

Denver’s Regional Transportation District wants to know what you think about RTD fares. The agency is turning to the public for input as it begins a study of how people use the current fare system in preparation for future Front Range expansions.

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6:34am

Fri August 8, 2014
Transportation

A Funding Quandary: Who Should Pay to Save the Southwest Chief?

Originally published on Mon August 11, 2014 3:02 pm

Amtrak's Southwest Chief pulls into the Raton, NM station in May.

Amtrak’s Southwest Chief is a long-distance passenger train that travels daily from Chicago to Los Angeles along the Mountain Route of the historic Santa Fe Trail.  Along the way, it knits together rural communities, like La Junta, Colorado and Raton, New Mexico and connects them to larger cities, like Albuquerque and Kansas City.  The route is at risk though.

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