I owe my college education to a lot of things, but two come especially to mind. One was a scholarship. The other was public transit.
With the pandemic taking a devastating toll on local budgets, the U.S. public transit system is battling to survive. For much of the country, this funding crisis jeopardizes an already withering lifeline.
A relatively small crack that appeared on U.S. Route 36 in last week has grown into an outright transit crisis for the entire Denver-Boulder corridor.