May 6, 2013
Due to budgetary concerns and to make the program sustainable, the employee bus pass will no longer be free starting next academic year. The pass will cost $24 annually.
September 5, 2012
Makes it easier and cheaper to transfer from buses to trains. The new money-saving midday pass is designed to encourage ridership during the parts of the day when DART has additional capacity.
September 21, 2011
The fee will change from a variable charge based on time of day and distance traveled to a flat fare. A plan to eliminate monthly passes to save money was thwarted by a public outcry.
June 13, 2011
Next year, students will pay $156 for unlimited bus passes. Prices are going up because of Denver Regional Transit District’s $18 million deficit.
June 30, 2010
Stores began selling all-day passes and reduced all-day passes on Monday. Retail outlets selling Valley Metro passes include city and chamber offices, PLS Check Cashers stores, Fry’s Food and Safeway grocery stores.
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