Topic : RTD Denver

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Marsella, former RTD Denver GM and FasTracks leader, dies

Management & Operations| March 22, 2016

Clarence W. (Cal) Marsella led the creation of the multi-billion dollar FasTracks rapid transit expansion program of projects for metro Denver, died unexpectedly Saturday while visiting friends and family in Connecticut. He was 65.

[Video] Dumb Ways To Die Safety Campaign Partners with RTD Denver

Security and Safety | January 21, 2016

Denver RTD is partnering with Metro Trains Melbourne in Australia for its new safety campaign, which features the Dumb Ways to Die video -- a reminder to be safe every day. The three-minute animated music video features 21 cartoon characters who deliver important safety messages in an unusual manner.

August 11, 2014

How to Maximize Peak Performance from New Transit Maintenance Facilities

Building new maintenance facilities for transit agencies are rarities, but when agencies do build them, it’s critical to design and build to the highest performance possible — these facilities and their efficiencies will live on for decades. As part of preserving limited revenue, agencies are focusing on how efficiently design facilities can help the bottom line.
Bus| August 4, 2014

Colo. university students take advantage of bus pass 'hiccup'

For the second year in a row, some University of Colorado students were treated to free bus rides after the Regional Transportation District failed to temporarily suspend their discounted student bus passes for the summer months.
Bus| July 30, 2013

Denver RTD chief named 'Outstanding Public Transportation Manager'

During Phil Washington's tenure, RTD has undertaken a remarkable number of innovative, cost-effective and customer-focused initiatives to build projects and improve service.
Management & Operations| November 30, 2011

Denver RTD holds town hall meetings via telephone

Through the town hall series, RTD will randomly call more than 400,000 people through innovative telephone technology and invite them to participate in the telephone forum. This allows board members to reach out and speak directly with members of the community.
Rail| August 26, 2010

Denver RTD breaks ground on commuter rail project

The $1 billion East Corridor commuter rail line is part of the FasTracks Eagle P3 project, an innovative public-private partnership that also includes the Gold Line to Arvada and Wheat Ridge and a segment of the Northwest Rail Corridor to south Westminster.

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