Pedicabs Offered To Commuters During I-25 Work

NORTHGLENN, Colo. (AP) — Some Denver area commuters are using pedicabs to help them get to and from work as Interstate 25 is widened.

The road construction has shut down a pedestrian tunnel under I-25 in suburban Northglenn that bus commuters use to reach the other side of the highway. On Monday, the Colorado Department of Transportation began offering free pedicab rides to save people time on the detour they now must take to get over the interstate.

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It’s the first time pedicabs have been used during a state road project.

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