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RIDER ALERT: Highway 82 – Snowmass Canyon Resurfacing Project Starts This Month, Bus Delays Possible

Please be aware of an upcoming construction project that may affect your travel with RFTA. On Hwy 82 in Snowmass Canyon, a resurfacing project begins this month from May 28-June 28 that will affect all traffic and cause delays. Colorado Department of Transportation’s full press release can be found here. This will affect the Roaring

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RFTA Recognized as Climate Champion by Federal Transit Administration

We are thrilled to announce that Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) has been honored by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) for its outstanding efforts in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combating climate change. As part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s celebration of Earth Day, the FTA recognized transit agencies that are taking innovative approaches

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Drive With Us! Offering $30/hour starting wages for Year-Round CDL Bus Operators

RFTA is excited to announce higher wages for our Year-Round Bus Operators. We’re actively seeking friendly, customer service-oriented individuals from all backgrounds, regardless of whether you have prior CDL driving experience or not. We provide comprehensive training to ensure our Bus Operators are fully equipped for success in this role. The RFTA Board of Directors

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Attention Commuters! Survey opportunity to weigh in on a potential new trail connection.

The trail section between the AABC and the Brush Creek Park and Ride is a significant gap in Pitkin County’s extensive trail system. Pitkin County Open Space and Trails, in partnership with the City of Aspen and the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC), wants your feedback in a county-wide community survey intended to gather feedback

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