Today’s Headlines

  • A and B Lines Delayed Several Hours Yesterday (ABC7)
  • Areas With New Housing Are More Walkable Than City as a Whole (Denverite)
  • Are You a Driver Frustrated With Short Green Lights? Blame Pedestrians (9News)
  • Truck Driver Jumps Colorado Blvd. Curb, Smashes Through Front Yard (9News)
  • Driver Kills Person Walking in Fredrick (ABC7)
  • Advocates: DPD Should Include Latinos When Collecting Racial Data During Traffic Stops (Independent)
  • DBJ Reader: ACLU Opinion on Freedom Ignores Commercial Importance of 16th St. Mall
  • Why Tiny Houses Haven’t Made a Big Splash (Denverite)
  • Developer to Build 300 Affordable Units in RiNo (BusinessDen)
  • Why Unique Public Art Projects Appear, Then Disappear Around City (CPR)
  • Summit on Sustainable Neighborhoods — “Eco-Districts” — Coming to Denver (Confluence)

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