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Denver studying future of city’s public transit

Author: Adam McCoy - August 12, 2016 - Updated: August 17, 2016

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Denver public transit has made great strides in recent years. In fact, 2016 will be a banner year for the Regional Transit District with the addition of four rail lines, including the A-line connecting downtown to Denver International Airport, and the Flatiron Flyer rapid bus transit. And, there’s more to come. But the new lines haven’t silenced some critics, who argue the system doesn’t serve the city well as a whole. The system is regional, after all, connecting the region to the city, but not necessarily moving people well within the city.

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Adam McCoy

Adam McCoy

Adam McCoy covers Denver-area politics for Colorado Politics.