Today’s Headlines

  • Three Candidates Vie for RTD General Manager Post at Public Interview (DenPo)
  • New Apartments Offer Two Parking Spots Per Unit — Right Next to Transit (Denver Urban Review)
  • Train Tracks Between Denver, FoCo Make Amtrak Cheapest Option for Future Rail (Coloradoan)
  • State Commission Ignores Warning, Funds National Western Center (DBJ)
  • CDOT: Mountain Express Lane Won’t Cure Congestion (DBJ)
  • The Coloradoan Interviews Twin Lakes Electric Bike Business Owner

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • John Riecke

    Regarding front range rail, isn’t BNSF about to sell their yarf in Denver due to lack of need from declining usage? That would imply space available on their tracks for commuter trains.

  • rorojo

    Amtrak would be an interesting option as opposed to widening highways. But seems like commuter rail managed by CDOT or other state agency would be more beholden to the stakeholder in the state than Amtrak who is under constant attack by this current congress.

    Of course it would cost more upfront to build the rail facilities, buy and test trains, and create the general organization. But a good candidate for a P3. Of course with Colorado’s tax constraints who knows maybe Amtrak would be the only plausible solution.

  • dufflepud

    If you’re looking for the story from the first headline, it’s here:

    • David Sachs

      Sorry about that — the link is fixed.