- Date: 02/25/2023
An estimated 10,000 people will receive the black farecards at an estimated cost to taxpayers of $2.2 million per year,…
The City of Denver is expanding transportation access for those experiencing homelessness and who utilize Denver's shelters. The city's Department of Housing Stability (HOST) will soon finalize a $450,000 contract with Colorado Student Transportation to provide ongoing daytime transportation to and from overnight shelters for individuals experiencing homelessness.
The city said this service complements early morning and late afternoon/evening transportation provided by another operator.
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