DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Faced with lower-than-expected ridership on its new R Line light-rail route through Aurora, the Regional Transportation District is considering cutting service.
And that possibility drew a crowd of unhappy residents to a public meeting at the Aurora City Hall that RTD held Thursday night on the proposed reductions.
Several told officials that cutbacks on the R Line would interfere with their commutes, the Aurora Sentinel reports.
The transit agency spent $687 million on the 22-mile line, which opened in February with much fanfare.
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