When the sun goes down, the temperature drops and the blue skies turn into black skies; if you are a late commuter here are some tips to remember when riding the bus at night. Some of our stations have sensor Continue reading A Guide to Night Commuting with RFTA
What does it mean to share the love? We invited commuters to participate in our RFTA SHARE THE LOVE photo contest all this week via social media using the hashtag #iloverfta. We live in a beautiful area, so why not Continue reading Share the love
If you plan to take RFTA during snowy or icy weather, here are some tips to help you out. 1. Brush up on where to get current weather information. Conditions can change quickly here in our valley. Before you leave, Continue reading 3 Essential Winter Weather Tips for RFTA Riders
The first official “Earth Day” was celebrated 43 years ago on April 22, 1970. Earth Day in 1970 focused on the emerging awareness of putting environmental concerns front and center. To this day, companies and people world-wide boast their Earth Continue reading Earth Day is Near: Think Green and Ride the Bus.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper visited RFTA’s Glenwood Springs maintenance facility Wednesday, March 6th for the grand opening of the new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling station. Speaking in front of a crowd of Roaring Fork Valley elected officials, business leaders Continue reading CNG Grand Opening and Visit from Gov. John Hickenlooper
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Did you know RFTA bike racks accommodate 4 bikes rather than the typical 2 per bus? Also RFTA was one of the first bus companies to put bike racks on their buses. Lastly our new BRT stations will have covered Continue reading Transit going the extra mile to accommodate bikers
Pumpkins, ghosts, and zombies, oh my! Halloween is on a Wednesday this year which means you’ve got the whole weekend to pay homage to your favorite spooky holiday before the official trick-or-treating begins. This up-coming weekend in full of Halloween Continue reading What To Do This Halloween Weekend, October 26th to 28th