Vail Resorts is doing aggressive work on the ground to reduce its energy consumption but is generally soft-spoken about global warming and the company’s role, if any, in fighting it.
The strange, improbable deal united vastly different partners — one that mines black coal and another that sells holidays on white snow. The partners come from opposite ends of America’s political divide, but they agree it’s good to put an otherwise wasted resource to use.
Working to turn the heat up, and down, in DC.
Board members think it’s only a matter of time before a cyclist or pedestrian ends up getting hit by a passing car on the bridge.
The $46 million system is also known as VelociRFTA, to emphasize the speed with which riders will move up and down the valley.