More time and more marketing will certainly fill some seats, but the problem is clearly more far-reaching and systemic
“You can’t drop a guy with a walker or a wheelchair on that location at Potomac and have him walk 800 feet into the hospital,” Rogoff said in November 2016.
Here’re the basics, Aurora, if you want to catch the train to any number of destinations in the metro area
You can walk 20 minutes to catch a bus to the train and wait 20 minutes at the bus stop for a 20-minute bus ride for a 30-minute train ride to walk 15 minutes to a bus stop to wait there for 20-minutes for a 15-minute ride to your final destination. And then do the same thing in reverse to get home? Yeah, right.
The full line opened to the public Friday morning. Riders are able to hop on the train, which will serve eight new stations in Aurora and eight existing stops toward Denver and Lone Tree. Rides are free on Friday between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m.
The 23-mile trip takes about 37 minutes and cost $9 each way.
From Syracuse through the remaining Aurora portion of the corridor to the Anschutz Medical Campus, there would be no dedicated bus lanes, but all of the improvements that come with updating to bus rapid transit.
Senate Bill 16-011 is like a rancher saying he isn’t interested in spending money on chickens, he just wants more eggs
Foolish mass-transit naysayers — and I mean you, Jon Caldera, former RTD director, still hunting for John Galt — believe that if we must have lumbering buses on public roads, make just the people that ride them pay the cost