Front Range commuter bus study. Phase 2 : final report
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Front Range commuter bus study. Phase 2 : final report

  • Published Date:

    2003-10-01

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    English
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    NTL-PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION-Bus Transportation ; NTL-PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION-Transit Planning and Policy ;
  • Abstract:
    The goal of Front Range Commuter Bus service would be to provide a commuter bus service that would operate seamlessly with local transit systems and would be run through a partnership with each of the cities, CDOT, RTD and participating private providers. This service could be a precursor to commuter rail by demonstrating demand for the service and significant ridership. Phase 1 of the Front Range Commuter Bus Study preliminarily identified ridership demand projections for bus service, created potential schedules and identified fares for commuter bus service in the Front Range Corridor (Fort Collins/Greeley on the north end and Colorado Springs/Pueblo on the south end) with the intent of determining if it would be feasible to operate such service. The results of Phase 1 showed that service would be feasible and could even potentially be profitable between Colorado Springs, Castle Rock and Denver. This report summarizes work conducted for Phase 2 of the Front Range Commuter Bus Study. Phase 2 refines the operating plan from Phase 1 and addresses financial and institutional issues surrounding implementation of service. This report is summarized into the following three major sections: Operating Plan, Financial Plan, and Institutional Structure. The operating plan includes development of ridership estimates, bus schedules, park-and-ride needs, and equipment needs to operate service in each corridor. Figures, tables, appendice, 73 p.
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