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This device is an anemometer, or wind gauge, and it’s there for the very practical purpose of keeping shuttle riders from getting soaked, said RTD spokeswoman Daria Serna. When a fountain was built in the center of that shuttle loop in the early ’80s, the anemometer was installed and linked to the fountain to automatically shut it off when the wind reaches a certain speed. Of course, the fountain has been off for several years because of the drought, and the RTD hasn’t decided whether it will function this summer, Serna said.

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