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Jan 8, 2015 Do NOT install the current AMD Catalyst™ drivers on Windows 7, they are not supported with OpenGL and your system may crash. Interest in a long-delayed and expensive project to improve transportation for commuters living in the Denver metropolitan area, called “Rails to Trails,” has increased as local traffic congestion has worsened. “It has been a great comfort knowing that if I am stuck in traffic, I can use my bike to get where I want to go,” said Julia Zirkle, a consultant for Mountain Biker advocacy group Keep Colorado’s Trails, who lives in Centennial. But in a fiscal cliff of a budget impasse in Congress, the future of the $92 million project has become mired in political gridlock. The Federal Transit Administration has taken over the project, which involves upgrading rail lines in Denver to be capable of carrying more trains. The Colorado Department of Transportation is now doing the engineering and design work. “We’re not talking about a project where we’re going to put up all the money and then we get to call the tune,” said Lloyd Willman, who leads the Colorado Rail Passenger Association. “We have to get the feds to kick in money.” The estimated cost to construct the project will be $27 million and will be paid for by the state with money from a federal “T-bond” program. The grants are available only in situations where a transportation improvement, like a bike trail or bus line, will be built after the project is completed. The state may have to allocate other money to cover its share of the project, but when the federal money arrives, the state will start construction, which is scheduled to start in 2012. Rails to Trails has been a long-running and contentious project, in part because it is a holdover from when Rocky Mountain Power operated its Interurban Electric Railway — an electric railroad that ran along the length of Highway 6 — in the early 1900s. Back then, many of the lines were built around Palo Alto, but the electric railroad was shut down in 1956, and the tracks were either left in place or removed. And now, with the rails left as a relic, residents and city officials want to make sure the state takes charge of the project to ensure it is done properly. “This project represents our

 

 

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