DENVER (CBS4) – Officials from the Regional Transportation District suspended bus and rail traffic at 7 p.m. on Sunday due to the snow storm. Road conditions in Denver worsened by the hour as the big blizzard continued to hit Colorado’s Front Range.
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“Multiple buses that got stuck all day and the freezing of rail equipment made it difficult to provide the service as conditions deteriorated. RTD will monitor the situation and determine when to resume service based on conditions and security, “officials write in a press release.
Bus traffic will be suspended until further notice due to poor road conditions. B / G / N lines work normally. A line is in operation every 30 minutes. D / E / H / L / W The lines are in operation every 60 minutes. R line remains suspended. Check the driver alerts for updates. https://t.co/XRrhDmFCD1
– RTD (@RideRTD) March 15, 2021
A bus sat on 9th Avenue and Cook Street in Denver Congress Park. Another was stranded near Colorado Boulevard and 104th Avenue. No passengers could be seen on board.
According to RTD, bus and light rail operations will resume when conditions improve.