NOTICE OF RATE INCREASE

Steamboat Springs, Colorado

November 15, 2022
The following Notice of Rate Increase has been posted on Steamboat Express’s website, placed in the
company’s vehicles, and posted in the GO Alpine office since Tuesday, November 15, 2022.

NOTICE OF RATE INCREASE

Alpine Taxi/Limo, Inc., DBA Alpine or GO Alpine or Steamboat Express filed changes in Passenger
Tariff, Colorado PUC No. 11, that results in increases in fares for the transportation of passengers for the
following:

  1) Call-and-demand shuttle and scheduled service between any point in the Steamboat Springs,
Colorado, City limits, and the Yampa Valley Regional Airport, Hayden, Colorado. Steamboat Express
proposes to increase the fares as follows:
One-way fare                  Existing: $45.00                      Proposed: $51.75

Children age 12 and under will be transported at one-way fare. Remove Discount

The increased fares are proposed to become effective December 16, 2022 unless the Colorado Public
Utilities Commission suspends the effective date of the proposed changes. Objections to the proposed
tariff changes may be mailed to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, 1560 Broadway, Suite 250,
Denver, CO 80202 or e-filed in Proceeding 22AL-0509TR. Any objection to the proposed tariff
changes must be received by December 13, 2022. If the Commission sets the matter for hearing, the
filing of a written objection will not by itself allow a person to participate in the hearing. To participate
in the hearing, a party must also file a written intervention and receive leave of the Commission to
intervene. Requests to intervene as a party must comply with Commission rules.

By: Jeffrey Herring                                                                                                                            ADVICE LETTER NO. 58

NOTICE OF RATE INCREASE

November 15, 2022

The following Notice of Rate Increase has been posted on Steamboat Express’s website, placed in the company’s
vehicles, and posted in the GO Alpine office on Tuesday, November 15, 2022.

NOTICE OF RATE INCREASE

Alpine Taxi/Limo, Inc., DBA Alpine or GO Alpine or Steamboat Express filed changes in Passenger Tariff,
Colorado PUC No. 11, that results in increases in fares for the transportation of passengers for the following:

1) In scheduled service, between the Denver International Airport, on the one hand, and Steamboat Springs,
Colorado, on the other hand; with service to any intermediate points located. Steamboat Express proposes to
increase the fares as follows:

1) To or from DIA or to or from Steamboat Springs:
Per person, each way              $110.00 Increase to $126.50
Per Child, each way                 $55.00

2) To or from within 1⁄2 mile of the intersection of Interstate 70 and Youngfield Street in Golden,
Colorado, or to or from Steamboat Springs:
Per person, each way              $110.00 Increase to $126.50
Per Child, each way                 $55.00

3) To or from DIA, or to or from Kremmling, Colorado:
Per person, each way              $89.00 Increase to $102.35
Per Child, each way                 $44.50

4) To or from within 1⁄2 mile of the intersection of Interstate 70 and Youngfield Street in Golden, Colorado, or to
or from Kremmling, Colorado:
Per person, each way             $89.00 Increase to $102.35
Per Child, each way               $44.50

5) To or from Steamboat Springs, Colorado, or to or from Kremmling, Colorado:
Per person, each way             $53.00 Increase to $60.95
Per Child, each way                $26.50

6) To or from Silverthorne, Colorado, or to or from Steamboat Springs, Colorado:
Per person, each way             $78.00 Increase to $89.70
Per Child, each way                $39.00

The increased fares are proposed to become effective December 16, 2022 unless the Colorado Public Utilities Commission
suspends the effective date of the proposed changes. Objections to the proposed tariff changes may be mailed to the
Colorado Public Utilities Commission, 1560 Broadway, Suite 250, Denver, CO 80202 or e-filed in Proceeding
22AL-0509TR. Any objection to the proposed tariff changes must be received by December 13, 2022. If the
Commission sets the matter for hearing, the filing of a written objection will not by itself allow a person to participate in the
hearing. To participate in the hearing, a party must also file a written intervention and receive leave of the Commission to
intervene. Requests to intervene as a party must comply with Commission rules.

By: Jeffrey Herring                                                                                                     ADVICE LETTER NO. 58

 

 

NOTICE OF RATE INCREASE

Montrose, Colorado

November 15, 2022

The following Notice of Rate Increase has been posted on Telluride Express’s website, placed in the
company’s vehicles, and posted in the Telluride Express office since Tuesday November 15, 2022.

NOTICE OF RATE INCREASE

San Miguel Mountain Ventures, LLC DBA Telluride Express and/or Montrose Express filed changes in
Passenger Tariff, Colorado PUC No. 6, that results in increases in fares for the transportation of
passengers for the following:

San Miguel Mountain Ventures, LLC
Telluride Express Shuttle Fares
Proposed Rates – Adult One Way

Rate Between                                                         Proposed
Telluride/MV and MTJ (Montrose)                          74.75 (I)
**Children ages 0-11 will be charged a rate that is 50% of the adult fare.

The increased fares are proposed to become effective December 16, 2022 unless the Colorado Public
Utilities Commission suspends the effective date of the proposed changes. Objections to the proposed
tariff changes may be mailed to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, 1560 Broadway, Suite 250,
Denver, CO 80202 or e-filed in Proceeding 22AL-0510TR. Any objection to the proposed tariff
changes must be received by December 13, 2022. If the Commission sets the matter for hearing, the
filing of a written objection will not by itself allow a person to participate in the hearing. To participate
in the hearing, a party must also file a written intervention and receive leave of the Commission to
intervene. Requests to intervene as a party must comply with Commission rules.

By: Jeffrey Herring ADVICE LETTER NO. 13