Topic : Colorado

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Poll finds Coloradans favor commuter rail over commuter bus

Rail| March 23, 2017

If passed, House Bill 17-1242 is projected to generate $700 million for new transportation infrastructure in Colorado.

Colorado town proposing e-cig, cigarette ban on buses

Management & Operations| December 13, 2016

Officials say they have had a number of complaints about cigarette smoking, particularly in the downtown terminal where the lack of ventilation causes both irritation and potential public health issues for passengers.

Bus| May 13, 2014

New Colo. BRT route to provide better job access

Fort Collins, Colo.-based Transfort’s MAX route serves 12 new stations along the Mason Corridor, where roughly 60% of all Fort Collins jobs are located. FTA funded $69.5 million, or 80%, of the total $87 million project.
University| April 21, 2014

Colorado State U. launching new on-campus shuttle

The new, free system, which will officially begin running late this summer, is operated in partnership with the City of Fort Collins Transfort bus system and the Associated Students of CSU.
Sustainability| October 9, 2012

ROUSH shuttles service Colo. mountain visitors

Colorado Mountain Express’s price for propane autogas averages $1.72 per gallon, compared to the current average cost for gasoline at $3.80 per gallon in the area.
Rail| February 19, 2010

American Railcar, US Railcar form joint venture

Once established, the joint venture plans to produce railcars on order for public authorities and communities to improve public transit, commuter and regional rail service.
Rail| July 2, 2009

US Railcar to resume DMU production

The US Railcar DMU was prototyped through a demonstration project in 2002 and is currently the only FRA-compliant DMU operating in revenue service in North America.
Rail| February 2, 2009

Tri-Met launches commuter rail system

Costing $166 million, the 14.7-mile Westside Express Service (WES) runs north from Wilsonville to Beaverton.
Rail| December 30, 2008

Colorado Railcar to fold

The company was attempting to rejuvenate passenger railcar manufacturing in the U.S., and featured diesel multiple-unit equipment options, but actual purchases were limited.

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