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September 30, 2013

Roaring Fork taps Trapeze asset management system

Exceeding the FTA's requirements, RFTA can choose to use the State of Good Repair and Capital Planning modules to track all assets, their condition and their capital replacement schedules,


July 30, 2012

Rural Colo. BRT named ‘Champion of Change’

The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority is one of fourteen organizations in the U.S. selected for transportation innovation. The VelociRFTA is the first rural BRTsystem in the U.S.


July 24, 2012

Colo. begins BRT station construction

The system, which will be called VelociRFTA, will be officially put into service in the fall of 2013.


April 16, 2012

Colo. breaks ground on first rural U.S. BRT system

Roaring Fork Transportation Authority will operate the service, called VelociRFTA, which will connect workers who live in Roaring Fork Valley to local area resorts where the jobs are, about 40 miles away. The new service includes construction of nine bus stations and five park-and-ride facilities.


August 23, 2011

Colorado gets $25M for bus rapid transit

Nine bus stations and five park and ride facilities will be built, and 15 new, clean diesel buses will be purchased to provide frequent service along a 40-mile corridor between Aspen and Glenwood Springs.


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