The Regional Transportation District’s FasTracks program will get federal money.
All lanes of Sheridan Boulevard are now reopened and the ride is less bumpy thanks to FasTracks construction.
The Regional Transportation District has offered a first look at the types of cars that will be used on some of the upcoming FasTracks lines.
CBS4 political specialist Shaun Boyd talked to a mayor, a governor and former city council member who say the mayoral race impacts all of Colorado in some way.
The FasTracks transit project’s 18-mile North Metro rail line, from downtown Denver to 162nd Avenue in Thornton, has received the Federal Transit Administration’s nod of approval, the Regional Transportation District announced Wednesday.
The Denver-area mass-transit district has decided not to ask voters for a sales tax increase in November.
A $100 million budget deficit, a police department under scrutiny, an over-budget mass transportation project and the chance to work in the long shadow of one of the city’s most popular politicians.
While the details differ, both organizations discovered that citizens still reeling from a record-setting recession are not likely to support a tax hike, even if it goes toward a good idea or cause.
A recent poll shows that 2011 may not be the right year to ask Denver area residents for a tax hike to pay for mass transit.
A group of local mayors supports raising the sales tax for RTD FasTracks to get the project completed on time.