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The Pikes Peak Historical Street Railway Foundation is getting closer to nailing down details for the construction of its trolley system in the downtown area of Colorado Springs and Old Colorado City.“What we’ll do is really bring something back that used to be — something out of the past, and kind of preserving the way… Continue Reading Details of new trolley system being planned

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Business is booming in the downtown area, but parking is a bust. Mark Bravdica, general manager for Art Hardware Inc. on 32 S. Tejon St., said that’s the main reason for the store’s relocation. “Our lease is up and we didn’t want to renew because we wanted (to move where there are) more parking spots,”… Continue Reading Parking pains continue to perplex downtown merchants

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Business is booming in the downtown area, but parking is a bust. Mark Bravdica, general manager for Art Hardware Inc. on 32 S. Tejon St., said that’s the main reason for the store’s relocation. “Our lease is up and we didn’t want to renew because we wanted (to move where there are) more parking spots,”… Continue Reading Parking pains continue to perplex downtown merchants (4789)

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Tim Rivers refuses to relinquish his dream. Despite the backfiring of his efforts to secure private funding last year, his perseverance may have paid off in bigger bucks this time around. His new airline just might get off the ground by the end of this year and the Colorado Springs Airport might be its first… Continue Reading New airline plans routes through Colorado Springs

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Anyone who has visited Disney World and ridden to the theme park on a lightrail system knows the thrill of traveling at fast speed and reaching a destination in a fraction of the time it takes to drive there. The same is true for anyone who has hopped on Denver’s new lightrail system in the… Continue Reading Officials consider additional mass transit options

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A time machine may seem unrealistic, but a local historic foundation hopes to bring a piece of the past into the present through other means. It’s been a long road for Pikes Peak Historical Street Railway Foundation members and volunteers – six years so far. But there seems to be light at the end of… Continue Reading Trolley project planned for historic districts

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Federal Express plans two new buildings in CO

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Federal Express isn’t done growing yet. The national shipping company plans to erect two more buildings on its 28-acre Rocky Mountain Technology Center campus on Voyager Parkway in northern Colorado Springs. The Business Journal discovered in June 1999 that the company was building its first building, a 156,000-square-foot structure in Northgate. FedEx spokesman Ed Coleman… Continue Reading Federal Express plans two new buildings in CO

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City Council decided Tuesday to put off making any decisions concerning the Woodmen and Academy fee ordinance until March 13. That ordinance was to reflect an agreement between the city and Rosenbaum-Dean, the developer of Woodmen Commons, a commercial development at the corner of Woodmen Road and Academy Boulevard that contains several retail stores. Rosenbaum-Dean… Continue Reading Colorado Springs City Council debates impact fees for Woodmen Commons

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