These 4 Maps Show How RTD’s Bus Service Could Change (And Shrink) Next Year

The Regional Transportation District offered a peek this week at how its bus network could change in 2021. The revamp is part of RTD’s “Reimagine” process, which the agency launched to put itself on more stable financial footing.

Four Things Every Sustainable Transportation Advocate Should Know About the INVEST Act

Our Congresspeople are reportedly likely to vote on a major infrastructure bill soon — and if they succeed, it will have big consequences for the future of sustainable transportation in the U.S.

Three ways COVID-19 has changed road usage and how the public travels

During the global COVID-19 pandemic, the way in which we use the roads and travel has changed, which means the way that everyone lives across the globe has changed too. Here is how the restrictions on non-essential movement have impacted road…
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July 7th - VA Hopes To Build Awareness And Trust Among Female Veterans

In 2019, 20,000 women transitioned out of the military, making them the fastest-growing cohort of veterans. Yet compared to men, they're much less likely to get their health care through the Department of Veterans Affairs. On average, they wait…

COVID-19 Has Created More Cyclists; Here’s How Cities Can Keep Them on Their Bikes

Two researchers share what they've learned about what cities should do to encourage cycling — coronavirus or no.

COVID-19 - What is Colorado’s Secret?

COVID-19 cases are on the rise nationwide now that most states have opened up. Colorado noticed an increase in cases last week after steady drops since late April, but generally, things are still looking up — and trending down.

Why Bus-Loving Rep. Ayanna Pressley Wants Transit to Be Free

As the daughter of a single mother without access to a vehicle, riding public transportation was not only a part of Representative Ayanna Pressley’s daily life growing up in Chicago, it shaped her perspective of the world. “Using trains…

Trains could return to Colorado’s Tennessee Pass, rumble through Leadville under pair of proposals

A billionaire-backed agricultural outfit in southeast Colorado and a fledgling oil railroad project in Utah want to run trains on Union Pacific’s long dormant tracks between Cañon City and Dotsero.