RTD will upgrade bus stops, add bus shelters and install safety upgrades at 37 bus stops for the 15 & 15L along East Colfax. Changes to the street will boost pedestrian safety and accelerate bus trips, too.
The number of people who drive alone to get to work in Downtown Denver is shrinking, albeit slowly, with some commuters instead choosing mass transit, biking, walking and other modes of transportation.
After the Global Climate Strike, where students in Colorado and around the world demanded climate action, elected officials at all levels of Colorado government appear to be shrugging their shoulders, offering political agendas that fail to envision a better transportation future.
Lyft follows Uber again with a new feature that displays public transit options within its app. Officials hope the new feature will boost the tiny number of RTD riders who already use ride sharing services to get to rail stations and bus stops.