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August 17, 2018

Enjoy some productive summer reading and take 2018’s most downloaded TCRP reports to the beach. TCRP looks forward to releasing more evidence-based transit research this fall, but before the summer ends, take a look back at the seven most downloaded reports from the…

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August 13, 2018

     “The mountains are calling and I must go.” These words, spoken by the famous adventurer and outdoor steward John Muir, rent a space in the back of my mind. A large constituency of Coloradans share this same sentiment. However, the…

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July 31, 2018

Fort Morgan, CO — Sherry Jean Burrell lives in a small, clapboard home amid the corn fields amid the plains amid the vastness of northeastern Colorado. It’s about seven miles to the Walmart in Fort Morgan, and about eight to the town…

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July 27, 2018

​CASTA ​m​embers will be pleased to learn that the FTA ​ has released their rules on Public Transportation Safety Plans and Public Transportation Safety Certification Training. Thanks to the persistence and advocacy efforts of our national partners, ​the rules were right-sized for various sizes of…

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CASTA ​m​embers will be pleased to learn that the FTA ​ has released their rules on Public Transportation Safety Plans and Public Transportation Safety Certification Training. Thanks to the persistence and advocacy efforts of our national partners, ​the rules were right-sized for various sizes of…

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June 25, 2018

CASTA is was a vital member of a broad coalition of local government, transportation industry and advocacy organizations that came together this year to pass SB18-001 Transportation Infrastructure Funding — the first critical step in taking care of Colorado’s transportation…

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Since 2010, CASTA has been working with a bipartisan statewide coalition of business leaders, mayors and transportation advocates to put together a statewide transportation funding ballot initiative.  We are pleased to report that this year the process has been successful,…

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May 25, 2018

“Our state is one of the worst-funded transportation systems in the country,” Summit County assistant manager Thad Noll told the Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday. “We don’t even have enough money to put restrooms in our rest areas.” That’s…

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Two competing plans to pay for road repairs and transportation projects in Colorado are racing for a spot on November’s statewide ballot. That means voters might get to decide how much money they are willing to shell out — if…

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Charge Ahead Colorado Grant Application Open The Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) and Colorado Energy Office (CEO) have opened the Charge Ahead Colorado application for electric vehicle (EV) and charging station funding. At this time, RAQC has funding for both charging…

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