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Service for blind students exempted from Denver RTD cuts

Posted on October 26, 2011

DENVER — Denver Regional Transportation District approved a major service cut plan aimed at saving the transit agency $10.7 million next year, but the measure included a last-minute amendment that saves peak-hour service on one bus route crucial to many blind transit users, denverpost.com reported.

Students and officials from the Colorado Center for the Blind protested the agency's plan to eliminate service on three bus routes that blind students depend on to travel between their apartments and the center. For the full story, click here.

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