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Summit Stage officials look at potential Park County commuter bus

http://www.summitdaily.com/news/1653008 ... ark-county

Summit Stage officials are researching the possibility of a new bus route, linking Summit and Park counties. With the number of Fairplay and Alma residents who commute to Breckenridge daily for work amounting to 86 Park County residents out of 410, according to a 2012 survey, ridership for the proposed service is estimated at just over 11,000 annually.

“This is based on the Lake County to Summit route,” Summit Stage planner Bruce Camping said, referring to the commuter bus between Frisco and Leadville. The “Lake County Link” is a fare-required bus system that runs one-way routes in each direction twice daily.


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