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A study has revealed three options may be financially feasible in providing transit solutions in Castle Rock: 1) point-to-point on-demand service, 2) local microtransit service, and 3) service to/from the Ridgegate light rail station.
Learn more about the potential options, the work that went into developing them and what the next steps toward implementing them could look like in the Transit Feasibility Draft Summary Report online at CRgov.com/TransitStudy.
Please take a few minutes to view the draft report and provide feedback through the form provided on the webpage. In October, the draft report will go to Town Council for approval.
Throughout the study, community feedback was collected through an online survey, an open house, meetings with various stakeholders and informational booths at public events. Transit needs and opportunities were identified, and many options were considered for feasibility and how well they addressed such needs.
Currently, there are no funds allocated for the transit options identified in the study. Recommendations within the final plan will be reviewed with other transportation needs as part of the annual budget process to determine priorities.
To learn more about the Transit Feasibility Study and the history of transit in Castle Rock, visit CRgov.com/TransitStudy.
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