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|Week Of Special Interest 06/16 /21|
|By La Voz Staff|
RTD lifts capacity limits on its vehicles
Vehicle capacity limits will no longer apply; customers must wear masks while riding all services
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) is implementing service changes.
This service change is to support modest increases in ridership, improve on-time performance, and increase service reliability while accounting for required social distancing on vehicles per COVID-19.
As of Monday, RTD will no longer apply capacity limits on vehicles. All customers are required to wear face masks while waiting for and riding per federal mandate. RTD reminds customers that safety is everyone’s responsibility.
Local/Limited Bus Routes
8, 9, 12, 15, 20, 21, 24, 28, 34, 37, 38, 40, 43, 44, 49, 72, 88, 88L, 93L, 99, 104L,
120L, 153, 169L, 323, 324, 326, 483, 520, BOUND
Regional Bus Routes
E, L , W
For route and schedule information, please visit RTD’s website at RTD-Denver.com or call RTD’s Telephone Information Center at 303.299.6000. Call 303.299.6089 for the speech and hearing impaired.
This week in Cornwall, the United States and G7+ Leaders announced more than one billion safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines to accelerate global coverage. This announcement means that since 2020, the G7+ has committed to financing and providing approximately 2.3 billion vaccines for the world. The United States is providing nearly half of that support and is the single largest COVID-19 vaccine donor in the world. This 2.3 billion total includes support for expanding local production capacity around the world to add more than a billion doses to the global vaccine supply by the end of 2022.
Governor Polis took action in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Governor Polis extended an Executive Order related to marriage licenses. Governor Polis also extended an Executive Order pertaining to the State’s disaster declaration due to COVID-19 in Colorado.
Mayor Michael B. Hancock today announced the appointment of Amber Giauque Anderson as Executive Director of the Office of Children’s Affairs (OCA). As Executive Director, Anderson will oversee the development of strategies and partnerships to ensure all of Denver’s children and youth have access to critical services, including nutritious food, high-quality childcare and afterschool programs, pathways to post-secondary education and careers, and youth violence prevention. “Amber’s passion for supporting Denver’s children and youth runs deep, and that passion makes her a perfect fit to take on this role,” Mayor Hancock said. “Now more than ever, our kids deserve the supports they need to have a bright future, and Amber, at the helm of the Office of Children’s Affairs, is ready to do just that.”
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