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Due to reductions in ridership, staffing constraints system wide, as well as the need for maintenance staff to proactively disinfect buses throughout each day, RFTA is taking steps to reduce service on all routes beginning Monday, March 23. These reductions are in addition to those instituted on March 16 and are intended to help protect RFTA’s passengers and frontline employees, while maintaining vital transit services for those who rely on them.
RFTA is enacting its Phase 2 service reductions, Effective Monday, March 23, which will affect all routes and services. Service reductions include:
Aspen Free Shuttles
If you are an individual in Glenwood Springs or Aspen with a disability and want to discuss your travel options due to the absence of service, please contact RFTA at 970-945-9117.
RFTA is undertaking practical measures to keep our buses and facilities sanitized and safe. Every day, we’re fogging buses, cleaning & sanitizing stops, stations, facilities, work spaces and offices. All buses used in service are disinfected at least every 24 hours.
RFTA and its partners appreciate the community’s patience during this challenging time. RFTA advises passengers to visit www.rfta.com to view its modified schedules and to keep up to date with up-coming schedule changes.
Questions, contact RFTA Communications Manager, Jamie Tatsuno at 970-384-4864 or email@example.com.