The skiers and snowboarders who took the inaugural trip on Colorado’s express bus service to the Arapahoe Basin ski area faced long delays. But Snowstang officials say such problems will be rare in the future.
Greenhouse gas emissions from autos increased 102 percent in the Denver Metro over 1990 levels. The news comes one day before 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg will lead a Fridays for Future Strike in Denver.
A group of eight people wearing gigantic eyeball masks high-fived pedestrians and danced at the corner of Speer Blvd. and Larimer Sts. this morning. The event intends to cut pedestrian fatalities in the state by urging people to make eye contact with drivers before crossing the street.
Today Colorado approved a rule that requires automakers to sell more electric vehicles in the state. The mandate intends to bring a wider range of electric models to car dealers, reduce carbon emissions and clean up polluted air.
Bustang officials celebrated a sharp rise in ridership that bucks a national trend — and the service’s fourth anniversary achievement was marked with a giant birthday card signed by officials from 107 Colorado cities and towns whose constituents are taking advantage of the expanding service.