1961 - The current Castle Creek Bridge was built with a maximum lifespan of 75 years (2036).
1995 - The community, Aspen City Council, Pitkin County Commissioners, Town of Snowmass Village Council, CDOT, and FHWA developed the project need, intent, and 10 project objectives.
1996 - 59% of Aspen voters said, “yes” (41% “no”), to authorize a right-of-way over Marolt and Thomas properties for a two-lane parkway and corridor for light rail with a number of stipulations.
1997 - Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) was completed.
1998 - Record of Decision (ROD) was finalized.
2000 - Roundabout construction was completed.
2001 - 54% of Aspen voters said, “no” (46% voted, “yes”), to change the right-of-way over Marolt and Thomas properties for a two-lane parkway and exclusive bus lanes until the community supported light rail funding.
2007 - The reevaluation of the ROD proved the document and plan were still valid.
2007 - Comprehensive community outreach was completed with no clear political consensus on a path forward.
2009 - BRT lanes were implemented from the airport to the roundabout.
2015 - Rubey Park Transit Center was completed.
2018 - 8th Street bus stop improvements and pedestrian safety improvements were completed.