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Colorado state officials last week formed an accountability committee in partnership with members of the Regional Transportation District of Denver's (RTD) board to set recommendations for RTD’s improvement.
The independent committee of 11 people from diverse backgrounds and expertise will review the agency’s use of federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds, the structure of RTD governance and executive leadership, and the agency’s resource prioritization, RTD officials said in a press release.
Also, the committee will determine the long-term financial stability of the agency, and provide feedback on how RTD can better serve current riders and expand ridership.
The committee met for the first time last week in a virtual meeting organized by the Denver Regional Council of Governments.
The committee is expected to present a final report to state officials and the RTD board by July 2021.