Today’s Headlines

  • Denver Post Views Future of Front Range Transportation Options Through Lens of Congestion
  • To Pedestrianize Mall, City Officials Ask RTD to Suspend 16th Street Shuttle for 13 Weekends (DenPo)
  • More Car-Free Options Mean More Millennials Moving to Denver (DBJ)
  • Traffic Violence as Likely to Kill Americans as Gun Violence (DenPo)
  • “Walkable” 7th and Grant Development to Have More Parking Spaces Than Apartment Units (DenverInfill)
  • Driver Seriously Injures Man Walking in Boulder (DenPo)
  • Driver Kills Pedestrian in Arvada (9News)
  • Boulder County, Lyons Extend Free RTD Rides for Residents Another Year (Daily Camera)
  • Englewood Kindergarteners Surprised With Free Bikes, Helmets (CBS4)

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  • Walter Crunch

    Cool…when we get ride of the bus…can we finally allow bikes full time?

    • In most other cities bikes are banned on pedestrian walks.

      • Walter Crunch

        Are we talking about sidewalks? There is a road…that buses drive on right now. Bikes have been coexisting with people for quite some time. Civil rights took a while too.

        • The car-free streets essentially turn the entire street into a sidewalk. Eg. A long section of Pearl Street in Boulder. I could be completely wrong and they are looking to make a livable street to promote biking and walking but the language didn’t make it seem so.

          • Walter Crunch

            For some reason, there is a longstanding dislike of bikes on the mall. This has to change.