The weather will get crisp and the days will start to get shorter, with this said, fall will be arriving soon. Be sure to preview RFTA’s fall season transit changes at www.rfta.com. The 2014 RFTA fall season begins September 2nd. Continue reading Preview RFTA’s FALL Season Schedules – Effective September 2nd, 2014
Here’s some good news for Tax Day: If you take public transit to work, some added tax benefits may be coming your way. The Senate Finance Committee recently revived the commuter tax benefit for public transportation riders. Senate committee revives Continue reading Here’s some good news for Tax Day and Public Transit
Even though it is still snowing, spring is on it’s way. Be sure to preview RFTA’s Spring Season transit changes at www.rfta.com. The 2014 RFTA Spring Season begins on April 14th and runs through June 13th, 2014, at which time Continue reading Preview RFTA’s Spring Season Schedules – Effective April 14th, 2014
Riding public transportation saves individuals $9,917 a year Washington, D.C. For those dealing with the 30 cent increase in gas prices from last month, taking public transportation instead of driving can be your Silver Linings Playbook. According to the American Continue reading As Gas Prices Rise, Savings for Public Transit Riders Increase
June is Bike to Work month, and this Wednesday, June 26th, is the official day to celebrate bicycling for transportation, fun and health! So leave the car at home this week and bike to work! Are you full of excuses Continue reading Overcome those excuses and BIKE TO WORK!
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Every Winter RFTA closes the section of the Rio Grande Trail from Catherine Bridge to Hooks Lane for wildlife migrations. Here are some amazing shots from our motion sensor cameras from the last few months. This section of trail opens up Continue reading Rio Grande Trail Wildlife Photos
Public transit ridership shot up by 154 million rides in 2012, a study says. In Utah, commuter train ridership increased nearly 15%. By Thom Patterson, CNN (click here to see the original article at www.cnn.com) (CNN) — When Ann Arbor, Continue reading Commuters give up the ‘ball and chain’
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
Some folks have had questions about our new bus cards and the fare boxes. Here are some questions and answers to quell your curiosity. Also, check out the new farebox brochure online here. Questions for RFTA about the new Value Continue reading NEW FAREBOXES AND BUS CARDS