The mission of the Colorado Rural Transit Assistance Program (RTAP) is to improve the safety and reliability of transit services for those in rural communities who rely on transit to access healthcare, jobs, education, recreation and community events.
Colorado RTAP has offered services since 1986. The program provides rural and specialized transit agencies with critical trainings and conferences, current information in our quarterly and electronic newsletter, resources in our lending library, and technical assistance. The RTAP program also provides supplemental financial assistance for agencies unable to cover the full cost of training for their employees. Please click here to obtain scholarship forms.
The Colorado RTAP program is administered by CASTA and is funded by our partners at the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT)
RTAP Committee Members
- Tom Allen, Loveland Transit (COLT)
- Dawn Block, City of La Junta
- Angel Bond, Pikes Peak Area COG
- Jasper Butero, South Central COG
- Jeff Carlson, Via Mobility Services
- John Filippone, RFTA
- Donn Fowler, Steamboat Springs Transit
- Mike Fudge, Winter Park The Lift
- Darren Glover, Prowers County Transit
- Geoff Guthrie, City of Glenwood Springs
- Kristina Larson, South Central COG
- Maribeth Lewis-Baker, Town of Breckenridge
- Rich Ludvigsen, Kelderman Air Ride Suspensions
- Clayton Richter, Southern Ute Community Action Programs
- Toby Taylor, Weld County Transportation
- Peter Tregillus, Southern Ute Community Action Programs
Statement of Rights:
In accordance with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, CASTA does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, color, national origin, or gender.
For more information about these statutes, or to file a complaint, contact the CASTA Executive Director @ 303-839-5197.
Please submit the following form to join the RTAP email list and be notified of upcoming RTAP meetings.