Today is National Walking Day! The American Heart Association is urging those capable to lace up and get moving for the health of your heart. Did you know that public transportation users take 30% more steps than non-users? There is Continue reading Happy National Walking Day!
Tuesday, March 18th is Transit Driver Appreciation Day! We would like to thank all our RFTA drivers for their contributions and for providing the Roaring Fork Valley with their exceptional services. At RFTA we take pride in living in such Continue reading Bus Driver Appreciation Day
Air Pollution Causes More than 6 Million Deaths Worldwide Snippets from the above article: Air pollution affects practically everyone on the planet and causes more than 6 million premature deaths every year, according to the World Health Organization. Yet, this Continue reading Cut Down on Air Pollution: Ride Transit
Texas A&M University Urban Mobility Report As traffic jams worsen, commuters allowing extra time for urgent trips
As traffic congestion continues to worsen, the time required for a given trip becomes more unpredictable, and researchers now have a way to measure that degree of unreliability, introduced for the first time as part of the annual Urban Mobility Report (UMR), published by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI).
So what can you
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Transit Savings Report Individuals who switch from driving to taking public transit can save, on average $9,854 this year, and up to $821 a month. See what you could save!
Fuel Savings Calculator Compare your fuel costs with the cost of transit!
Carbon Savings Calculator Estimate the potential reduction of carbon dioxide emissions you can achieve by switching part or all of your travel to public transportation.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood cheap generic cialis recently announced that he would be stepping down from his position onthe president’s cabinet. LaHood was gracious enough to visit our valley and acknowledge RFTA’s work on the first rural bus Continue reading U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces That He Will Not Serve for a Second Term
Here is the first of our four new buses that will operate on compressed natural gas that was delivered last week. Three additional buses will be delivered by the end of next week. And 18 more that operate on the Continue reading New Buses and Converting to ‘Greener&amp;quot; Fuel
Minor construction work for the 2012 construction season will continue through the month of November. Carbondale, cheap viagra online Basalt UV, Brush Creek, and both Buttermilk stations will be opening as they get cleaned up viagra online and are Continue reading VelociRFTA Construction Update – Week of November 18, 2012