Denver transit district approves study on financing new light-rail routes
- Denver wins funding for new light rail line. // Railway Age;Jun96, Vol. 197 Issue 6, p38
Reports that directors of Denver, Colorado's Regional Transportation District have voted unanimously to appropriate $17.65 million as the local match required to secure funding for the $142.5 million Southwest Corridor Light Rail Project. Features of the 8.7 mile light rail line; Schedule of...
- Board member blasts Denver Agency's light-rail plan. Sanders, Lisa // Bond Buyer;07/14/99, Vol. 329 Issue 30682, p6
Focuses on Colorado's Denver Regional Transportation District board member Dick Sargent's criticism on the agency's plan to issue debt to finance the construction of a light-rail line in the city. Concern over the rise in the cost of the plan; Total amount of the debt to issued by the agency.
- Denver RTD taps Fluor team for Eagle project. // Railway Age;Jul2010, Vol. 211 Issue 7, p9
The article reports that Denver Transit Partners (DTP), a team jointly led by Flour and Macquarie Capital Group, has been selected by the Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) as the preferred bidder for the Eagle P3 commuter rail project. It mentions other DPT partners including Balfour...
- Denver-Area Transit District Goes the Competitive Route. Albanese, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;12/05/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31030, p30
Reports on the Denver Regional Transportation District's sale of revenue bonds. Structure of the bonds; Use of the proceeds from the bond sale.
- RTD underwriters' fate uncertain as board readies vote. Sanders, Lisa; Preston, Darrell // Bond Buyer;04/22/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30625, p3
Reports on the vote of the Denver Regional Transportation District's board whether to fire the underwriting team and hire another one. Absence of bond initiatives; Problem with the cost of underwriting spread.
- Colorado plans more light rail. // ENR: Engineering News-Record;04/07/97, Vol. 238 Issue 14, p24
Reports on the plan for an extended light rail service by the Denver Regional Transportation District. Features of the project; Difficulty of construction phasing; Plan of track relocation; Contractors for the projects.
- Denver Regional Transportation District allows underwriting contract to expire. Sanders, Lisa // Bond Buyer;10/23/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30258, p6
Focuses on the action of the Denver Regional Transportation District to permit the expiration of an underwriting contract on October 31, 1997 in anticipation of sales tax bonds. Amount of bonds anticipated by the district; Terms of the underwriting contract.
- Despite spread controversy, Denver RTD reaffirms PaineWebber as underwriter. Sanders, Lisa // Bond Buyer;06/18/98, Vol. 324 Issue 30417, p3
Reports on the Denver Regional Transportation District's agreement to hire a PaineWebber Inc.-led syndicate to serve as the agency's underwriter for three years despite a lingering controversy about how the dealers were chosen. List of the underwriters that are considered in the process;...
- Colorado debate over going competitive picks up steam. Preston, Darrell // Bond Buyer;12/10/99, Vol. 330 Issue 30785, p4
Reports on the debate across Colorado over the proposal that Denver's Regional Transportation District change to negotiated from competitive bond sales. Debate over whether to challenge the procedure of hiring underwriters to market municipal bonds or whether the method of sale even matters;...