Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA)

Alycin Bektesh / Aspen Public Radio

Government leaders from the Roaring Fork Valley are meeting with top state officials in Glenwood Springs today to speak about the future of transportation in the region.

Roaring Fork Transportation Agency/Instagram

The final step of contract negotiations between the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority and its bus drivers is set for approval this week.

Six new RFTA buses will comply with federal safety standards that could have helped passengers in a Highway 82 rollover crash.

  A second trial will most likely not be needed to determine compensation for nine passengers injured on a 2013 Roaring Fork Transportation Authority bus crash.

Roaring Fork Transportation Agency

Following successful contract negotiations with the bus drivers’ union, the RFTA board passed its 2016 budget yesterday.

Colorado State Patrol

On Tuesday lawyers gave their opening statements in the trail for a 2013 Roaring Fork Transportation Authority bus crash.

Elise Thatcher / Aspen Public Radio

Negotiations begin today between the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority management and the union of drivers seeking higher wages.

Elise Thatcher

  Starting Saturday, residents in need of a ride to Denver can snag a weekend trip on the Bustang service. CDOT unveiled the memorably named bus service this summer, but has been hesitant to add trips on Saturday and Sunday.

  Concerns that Tom Hock would be sitting at the negotiating table with the Amalgamated Transit Union local 1774 are unfounded. 

Bye Bike Racks

Oct 30, 2015
Roaring Fork Transportation Authority/Instagram

The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority will soon be swapping bike racks for ski racks.