Denver’s tall buildings partly to blame for A-Line, G-Line problems, Regional Transportation District tells feds

By John Aguilar, The Denver Post; December 17, 2018

Denver’s recent runaway growth, with high rises going up at a record pace around LoDo, is one of the main culprits in RTD’s ongoing issues with the metro area’s commuter rail network.

That revelation came in an action plan the Regional Transportation District submitted to federal regulators Friday and made public Monday. The document said Denver’s rising skyline around Union Station regularly blocks GPS signals the system relies on to keep the University of Colorado A-Line running smoothly and safely.

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