Today’s Headlines

  • It Was a Car, Not a Driver, That Injured a Bicyclist at 5th and Pennsylvania, According to DenPo
  • Hancock’s Pitch for $50 Million Grant Plugs “Data Engine” to Inform Transportation Network (ABC7)
  • Civic Center Renovation Begins Soon, Bus Stops Adjusted (DBJ)
  • DIA Chief Applauds Panasonic Investment at 61st and Peña Station (DBJ)
  • Colorado Springs Narrowing — “Safety-Sizing” — Several Roads (Gazette)
  • The Coloradoan Asks Readers What Causes Their Traffic Delays

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  • Scott Sanderson

    FYI, there was a cop at 16th and Gilpin today giving tickets to cyclists for not coming to a complete stop at the stop sign. I was under 5 mph but I didn’t put my foot down and he got me. It appeared neighbors watching from a nearby porch called the police.


Today’s Headlines

Hancock Plugs Mixed-Income, Walkable Development Near Transit to Combat Displacement (DenPo) CdeBaca: Minorities on Losing End of Denver’s Growth (DenPo) …And Affordable Housing Fund Isn’t Enough to Help Communities of Color (DenPo) DenPo Columnist: Truly Inclusionary Zoning Around RTD Stations Would Curb Displacement Perennial Car-Hugger Jon Caldera Uses Displacement as Excuse to Bash Transit, Bikes, […]

Today’s Headlines

DPW Found Money to Widen Quebec Street, Which ABC7 Automatically Calls “Improvement” Fight Against CDOT’s I-70 Widening Far from Over (KGNU) DenPo Reader Scolds Paper for Accurate Reporting on Sketchy Texting and Driving Law Bike Lanes and Sidewalks Aren’t Loading Zones (ABC7) CDOT Contractor Wants to Raise I-25 and U.S. 36 Toll Rates (DBJ) National Western […]