The Burlington timetable that had been 36 pages in 1948 was down to 24 pages in 1966. The major trains and routes were still there, but some secondary trains and most branch line trains were gone.
Even 24 pages seems longer than needed. Nearly two whole pages are devoted to branch lines that had only freight service. While the 1948 timetable had a full page of railway agents, the 1966 timetable had two. The way these timetables are printed, however, page counts must be divisible by 4, so deleting three pages wouldn’t have saved anything.
One thing that has increased is bus service between Denver and Boulder. The 1948 timetable showed eight buses a day each way, down from ten in the 1946 C&S timetable. This service is not mentioned at all in the 1963 C&S timetable, but the 1966 Burlington timetable shows 13 buses a day each way operating under the name Denver-Boulder Bus Company. Denver’s Regional Transit District paid $1.7 million for this company in 1975.