Aspen plans to offer a free on-demand taxi program for residents and visitors this summer.
The three-month pilot program will cost the city $89,250 and will be in place in June, July and August.
According to a discussion at a city council meeting, passengers won't have to pay a fee but a tip is suggested. They can be paid in cash or by using the service's phone apps.
Downtown CEO Stephen Murray says he plans to hire local drivers, starting with five or six.