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Students spend spring break campaigning for transportation changes

While many college students are spending their spring breaks vacationing on the beach, one group of local students is spending the week trying to change Colorado's transportation system.

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Media Hit | Transportation

CoPIRG creates Transportation Freedom Day

The average American family spends about 20 percent of its income on transportation and one organization used Friday to get out its message of improving public transportation.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Transportation

“Transportation Freedom Day” Highlights Transportation Costs for Residents

Over the next few weeks, residents in the Denver metro area will be able to celebrate Transportation Freedom Day, the date in which a typical household has earned enough to cover its annual transportation costs. For residents in some cities like Englewood, Aurora and Littleton, that day will come earlier than many of their neighbors in Brighton, Parker and Evergreen.

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Report | CoPIRG | Transportation

Transportation Freedom Day 2010

To highlight the differences in transportation costs per city, CoPIRG released data from the Center of Neighborhood Technology that calculated each city’s Transportation Freedom Day - the date in which a typical household has earned enough to cover its annual transportation costs. That day tends to arrive earlier for residents of cities with more car-alternatives to getting around.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Transportation

CoPIRG Lays Out 21st Century Transportation Vision for Colorado

High speed rail along the Front Range, bus rapid transit on the Western Slope and flexible, fixed –route bus services in rural cities like Sterling were some of the projects highlighted in a new report by the consumer advocacy group CoPIRG that unveiled their statewide transit vision today.

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