Cycle Advocates say RTD short changed Bike Commuters

From the Daily Camera:
A bicycle-advocacy group claims that the $425 million overhaul of U.S. 36 between Denver and Boulder isn't as friendly to commuters who use bikes to reach their final destination as the Regional Transportation District promised.

Boulder-based Community Cycles says new vehicles purchased for the corridor will carry fewer bikes than the coaches running the route now, and they want the district to expand racks on the front of the buses to carry three bikes.

"I think it's a matter of RTD being willing to do this properly, and if RTD doesn't want to do it, it's our job frankly to make them do it," Community Cycles' advocacy director Sue Prant said.

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