RFTA

  • Locations: News Published

    Carbondale Report: Trustees roll ahead with WE-cycle

    When the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) presented on initiating a bike share program in Carbondale in November 2021, the cost-benefit ratio was unconvincing in the light of more apparent needs, such as an expanded circulator service.

    By contrast, RFTA and WE-cycle came before the trusteesread more →

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    US secretary boards RFTA

    The city of Glenwood Springs and the Roaring Fork Valley welcomed a member of the U.S. presidential cabinet on Friday, Feb. 25. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg got the chance to hop on a Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) bus at its maintenance facility near Glenwood Meadows andread more →

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    Secretario de transporte de Estados Unidos aborda el RFTA

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    La ciudad de Glenwood Springs y el valle de Roaring Fork dieron la bienvenida a un miembro del gabinete presidencial estadounidense el viernes 25 de febrero. El secretario de transporte Pete Buttigieg tuvo la oportunidad de subirse a un autobús del Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA)… read more →

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    Basalt Town Council signs off on new micro bus service

    In its first regular meeting of 2022, Basalt Town Council approved a resolution to ratify, continue and declare a local disaster emergency due to COVID-19. “Here we go again,” said Town Manager Ryan Mahoney.

    Tuesday night’s passage of the measure was unanimous and, for public health reasons, required that meetings… read more →

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    Carbondale report: RFTA’s bike share proposal underwhelms

    The most recent regular meeting saw all trustees in attendance. During “persons present not on the agenda,” three people spoke. First, Chris Hassig offered his “two cents” about budgeting to pave the Town-owned, dirt lot east of Town Hall. Hassig called it “premature” to include such a project in… read more →

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    Trustees talk business

    All Carbondale trustees were present at the regular meeting on Sept. 14 except Heather Henry.
    During public comments, three residents brought forward issues with the town’s trash hauler. Amy Krakow expressed confusion about overflow surcharges. Trustees clarified that Mountain Waste was directed to place a notice with details about… read more →