Glenwood Springs city transit forum Tuesday |

Glenwood Springs city transit forum Tuesday

The city of Glenwood Springs hosts a forum to discuss the transportation needs of residents, visitors and businesses, from 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesday at the Glenwood Springs Community Center, 100 Wulfsohn Road.

The forum is part of an ongoing effort to review the Ride Glenwood Springs bus service. The city has retained the consulting firm of IBI Group to conduct the review and identify opportunities to enhance both Ride Glenwood and local and regional Roaring Fork Transportation Authority connections. There will be a brief presentation followed by discussion. Topics will include:

• The role of public transit in meeting the transportation and mobility requirements of residents, visitors employees, etc.

• The quality and effectiveness of existing (local and regional) public transit service and suggested areas for improvement.

Transit staff and members of the consultant team will be available to answer questions and listen.

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