Transportation http://kajx.org en State Legislature: Bill Would Make 10th Mountain Division License Plate Charitable http://kajx.org/post/state-legislature-bill-would-make-10th-mountain-division-license-plate-charitable <p></p><p>Lawmakers in Denver will vote on a bill Monday that would raise money for the 10th Mountain Division Foundation. The legislation would charge an extra fee for the 10th Mountain Division specialty license plate. After sailing through the House, the bill is getting a re-vote in the Senate. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen reports.</p><p></p> Mon, 07 Apr 2014 12:00:00 +0000 Marci Krivonen 16628 at http://kajx.org State Legislature: Bill Would Make 10th Mountain Division License Plate Charitable Yield to the Horse http://kajx.org/post/yield-horse <p>As the number of public trails in the Upper Roaring Fork Valley grows, one group of users wants to make sure their voice is heard. Pitkin County is in the process of connecting more trails...and equestrians want to make sure they have access. Aspen Public Radio's Roger Adams reports.</p><p>“Its important that we all share the trails and work together.&nbsp; We’re so lucky that Pitkin County is going to be involved in enhancing these trails.</p> Thu, 05 Dec 2013 04:19:29 +0000 Roger Adams 11139 at http://kajx.org Yield to the Horse We Cycle Sees More Than 9000 Rides During Its First Season http://kajx.org/post/we-cycle-sees-more-9000-rides-during-its-first-season <p></p> Wed, 16 Oct 2013 16:37:11 +0000 Marci Krivonen 8943 at http://kajx.org We Cycle Sees More Than 9000 Rides During Its First Season Aspen Ideas Festival - Transportation in the 21st Century http://kajx.org/post/aspen-ideas-festival-transportation-21st-century <p>Transportation for the 21st Century</p><p>Americans took over 10 billion trips on public transit in 2012—that’s the highest number since 1957. At the same time, 2013 has been dubbed the year of the bikeshare as more and more cities establish their own bikeshare programs. As Americans in both urban and rural communities increasingly demand a wider range of transportation options, what can local and federal transportation planners do to give them what they want? Ray LaHood will offer his vision of what the next generation of transportation looks like—from high-speed bullet trains to smart cars capable of talking to one another. You can be sure that it won’t be your grandparents’ transportation system.<br><br>Ray LaHood &amp; Ronald Brownstein</p><p> Sun, 30 Jun 2013 21:59:01 +0000 Rob St. Mary 3759 at http://kajx.org Aspen Ideas Festival - Transportation in the 21st Century