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!
Here’s a sneak peak at our beautiful new buses! 18 of them will be arriving in a couple weeks over the course of a month. We sure are excited to welcome them into the fleet! They will be put into Continue reading BRAND NEW BUSES
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.
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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
Basalt: Construction work scheduled for the DV station includes establishing traffic control, relocating temporary bus stop 200 feet and establishing erosion and sediment control measures. El Jebel: Work at UV Station includes establishing traffic control and erosion control measures. Work Continue reading VelociRFTA Construction Update – Week of April 1, 2013
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’
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