When we recently shared photos of progress on the rail line to DIA, we asked readers if they would be likely to use the train when the project's completed.
The folks behind the project will undoubtedly be pleased to know that most of those who answered this question responded with an enthusiastic "yes."
Still, some of the answers expressed frustration with the construction process, which isn't expected to end until the spring of 2016.
Here's one example.
Marc Towersap writes:
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With the never-ending cone zones on Pena, I'd gladly rail in if it's cheaper than 5 days at Pikes Peak. I swear, every centimeter of Pena has been replaced each year, and after all the work, it's right back to how it was before the replacement.