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  1. Richard Morris

    I am with you guys, I see RTD here in Denver as a total scam. Few people would ride if they had to pay what each ride costs. (Few people do ride) Thats why I invented Suntram; run privately all the gov needs to do is give up the small amount of right of way. So no real cost to the Gov. because it uses existing right of way. My worst critics have been Light Rail and Highspeed rail and they don’t even understand how it works. Its all about paying off the political powers, I have no money to do this nor would I. Suntram is the least expensive mode of transportation outside of walking. See Suntram on YouTube.

    Richard Morris, Architect

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