Greg Roberts and Dave Lippincott hope to see trolleys running in Colorado Springs again. The two are leading a nonprofit foundation to raise money and work out the details to revive the trolley system on a limited basis.
Greg Roberts and Dave Lippincott hope to see trolleys running in Colorado Springs again. The two are leading a nonprofit foundation to raise money and work out the details to revive the trolley system on a limited basis.

In the early 1900s, public transportation in Colorado Springs was provided by an extensive and convenient street railway system.  Begun in the late 1880s, the system grew rapidly, and served the city’s transport needs until the last streetcar was retired in 1932. During its heyday, it was arguably the best small-city public transportation system in […]

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