Newsroom: What's Happening in Eagle County
As the Colorado Department of Transportation continues to meet transit needs along the Interstate 70 mountain corridor through services including Bustang, Outrider, Snowstang and the newly launched Pegasus shuttle, data commissioned by the I-70 Coalition shows satisfied transit passengers and repeat riders. Over 90% of riders on both Bustang and Snowstang responded positively about safety, customer service and the overall experience.
Applications are now available for the Town of Vail’s E-Bikes for Essentials program, which will provide six free electric bikes to Vail residents and essential workers who meet specific criteria. The participant agreement and application can found on lovevail.org/ebikes and are due by 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 22.
Criteria to be considered include:
Must be a Vail resident
Must be employed as a full-time essential worker (employed in...
Spoiler: it's challenges caused by uncertainty and unknowns
Eagle County students head back to school this week. The “back to school” mentality for me is forever tied to the idea of shopping for school supplies, new sneakers, anxiously waiting for the bus, a nervousness indistinguishable from the excitement of who might be in my classes or who my new teachers would be and trying to shift from carefree summer days to the rigor of a...