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RFTA inconsistency astounds

Dear Editor:

I just experienced a typical “In your face” from a Snowmass ski RFTA driver. As he was pulling away from his spot behind the Rubey Park station, he saw me running, and as he hesitated, not even stopped, at the Highlands bus station at the stop sign, he glanced at me, waved me off and blew me off.

Granted, I may have been five seconds too late, but this is a resort town catering to tourists and working locals. And, no doubt, the bus drivers are in the service industry, and this behavior was far from good service. How inconsistent these drivers are. Some are incredibly nice and helpful, while others would just as soon we all drop dead.

Come on, RFTA, how about teaching your drivers how to play nice?

Mike Trecker

Aspen


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