Transportation cuts worry people with disabilities in Colorado city

09/25/2009 | Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.), The

In response to budget shortfalls, the city of Colorado Springs, Co., is planning significant reductions in public transportation that may leave residents with disabilities without a way to get to their jobs or doctor's appointments or maintain their social networks. At a recent community rally, one opponent of the cutbacks suggested the city adopt a reduced transit schedule rather than cancel any bus routes, since the elimination of regular routes would also mean the end to paratransit services on those routes.

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