Shop Owners in Olde Town Arvada Excited About Start Of G-Line ServiceShop owners in Olde Town Arvada were relieved to learn this week RTD says it can have G-Line commuter rail service beginning by the end of the first quarter in 2019.
RTD: Software Fix Coming Soon For A Line, Plans To Start G Line ServiceRTD says that a software fix is coming soon that should alleviate the issues plaguing the A Line.
RTD Has One Day Left To Present Plan Fix To A LineRTD has one day left to present an action plan to fix problems on the A Line or face possible shut down of that service.
Federal Railroad Administration Gives RTD 2 Weeks To Present Fix To A LineThe Federal Railroad Administration has given RTD notice that it has until the middle of December, just two weeks, to present an action plan to fix problems on the A Line or face possible shut down of that service.
City Brainstorming To Make 'Quiet Zone' PossibleThe City of Fort Collins is asking the Federal Railroad Administration to approve "quiet zones" in Old Town.
Police: Driver Timed Crash Into 'A Line' TrainPolice say video shows that the driver of a minivan timed his crash into an A Line train early Tuesday morning. The driver was killed and some passengers on the train were injured.
Feds Push Back Deadline To Fix RTD's 'A Line' ProblemsThe federal deadline to fix issues with the A Line "train to the plane" from downtown Denver to Denver International Airport has been pushed back.
RTD's 'A Line' To DIA To Keep Running Despite Software IssuesThe Federal Railroad Administration wants RTD's new commuter lines to keep running despite software problems that have kept the system from running properly.
Deadly Railroad Crossing Near Trinidad Was Eyed For Safety ImprovementsA railroad crossing in southern Colorado where five family members, including three young girls, were killed when an Amtrak train slammed into their minivan had been targeted for safety improvements for years.
Crews Working To Clean Up Coal Train Derailment Near HudsonCrews were working Monday to clean up a stretch of railroad where a coal train jumped the tracks in eastern Colorado, spilling tons of coal.
3 Northern Colorado Towns Try To Change US Train-Noise RulesThree northern Colorado towns tired of freight train horns blaring day and night are on a mission to change federal train safety policy so they can muffle warning blasts.
Longmont Residents Suffer From Train Horn RulesWhen the weather gets warm in Longmont, the windows open. The yard work starts. And the train horn complaints begin to pile up all over again.