Monday, June 29, 2015

Fort Collins-Loveland-Berthoud-Denver commuter rail study released

RTD Commuter Rail train. Image credit: Alex Gordon

CDOT has completed its North I-25 Commuter Rail Update, updating costs, acquisitions, and timing. Running 20 trips to Denver and 21 trips for Fort Collins, the service would stop at eight stations between Denver and Fort Collins and take 96 minutes. The rail is seen as a way to help mitigate traffic congestion between the two cities, especially when considering the expected growth in population and employment in the corridor. One big concern about the project is funding, though the document only updated the price tag.

For more information about the project, visit the CDOT website. For the article, visit the Coloradoan.

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