Trail plans get focus |

Trail plans get focus

Aspen Times Staff Report

The Roaring Fork Railroad Holding Authority is hosting open houses this week to give locals a chance to comment on the trail and access plans for the rail corridor between Glenwood and Aspen.

The trail and access – how to get across or around the rail right of way – are two elements of the Corridor Master Plan that is currently being written, said RFRHA Director Tom Newland. The workshops, which began yesterday, provide a chance for people to learn about and comment on what’s being proposed.

The next workshop is set for tonight at the Community School in Woody Creek. Tomorrow night, the show will move to the Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs. The series concludes Thursday at Carbondale Town Hall. All of the open houses run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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