Tony Lavele Jefferson Jr talks with another rider aboard a Mountain Metro Transit bus in Colorado Springs Monday, December 3, 2018. (Mark Reis, Special to The Colorado Sun)

How the cul-de-sac has turned Colorado Springs into a transit desert

Mountain Metropolitan Transit ridership is up, but customers who live in far-flung neighborhoods find themselves cut off from work, health care and grocery stores

Transportation Primary category in which blog post is published

Nicolais: Humane Pet Act is a long-overdue step toward compassion for dogs and cats

Championed by First Gentleman Reis, the bill would close Colorado to puppy and kitten mills

Opinion

Opinion: The public option plan isn’t sustainable for Colorado and jeopardizes access

Centura Health's CEO says employers could be encouraged to drop health coverage under the public option plan

Opinion