Colorado Center For The Blind
Budget cuts by the Regional Transportation District won’t put the brakes on training for the blind after the Colorado Center for the Blind purchased apartments along another bus route.
Controversial cuts to RTD service were approved Tuesday night after a late night vote by the Board of Directors.
There’s a campaign by the blind to save three bus routes they consider vital to their independence. The Regional Transportation District is planning to cut those routes because of low ridership.
The accident happened Friday morning at a bus stop at Mineral and Utica in Littleton. CBS4’s Shaun Boyd talked to the two blind women still in the hospital.
Three blind people at a bus stop were hurt Friday morning in Littleton when a vehicle drove into them.
Many people may take for granted the independence that comes with being able to drive. But for some students from the Colorado Center for the Blind — it’s a brand new experience.