Breckenridge transportation the topic of Summit Daily’s next What’s Brewing event
February 21, 2017
No issue has stirred up more dust and debate than traffic in Breckenridge. The town has moved forward with several possible solutions, including more roundabouts, a Main Street trolley and paid parking. But what's on the horizon for the town? Is a parking garage — a topic of dispute between the town and Breckenridge Ski Resort — the next item on the check list? Will the town use the millions in lift-ticket tax revenue in a way the resort can get behind?
Transportation solutions in Breckenridge will be the next topic for the Summit Daily's latest installment of its monthly What's Brewing reader series. You are invited to join the discussion at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 28, at the Finkel Auditorium at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge. The venue is located at 107 Denison Placer Road.
Join Summit Daily editor Ben Trollinger and Breckenridge officials to learn more about where the town is headed when it comes to grappling with gridlock.
Email or call editor Ben Trollinger at email@example.com or 970-668-4618 for more information.
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