Today’s Headlines

  • Red Light Cameras Aren’t at Most Dangerous Intersections (9News)
  • NIMBYs in Curtis Park Pressure Developer to Build Fewer Homes, Add Parking Spots (BusinessDen)
  • Driver Kills Pedestrian on I-70 Near Deer Trail (Fox31)
  • Drivers Killed Three Pedestrians on State Highways in Past Week (ABC7)
  • Colorado DOT Redefines High Occupancy Vehicle as Three People Per Car, Not Two (Denverite)
  • Planners Want to Fill in Gaps of Highline Canal Trail (DenPo)
  • Do Lawmakers Need to Redefine “DUI” for High Driving? (CPR)
  • Confluence Interviews Head of City’s “Creative Placemaking” Program

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • TakeFive

    One of the things that makes Denver special is its neighborhoods. There’s a whole series of YouTube videos about Denver neighborhoods. A lot of normal but awesome people live in Denver; they live in neighborhoods. When people stop caring about their neighborhoods then everybody loses.

    I applaud Mr. Gaddis and Curtis Park Neighbors for working together and finding a workable solution. FWIW, City Councilman Albus Brooks is an asset to his neighborhood and the community of Denver.

  • Joel Noble

    To be clear, the parking arranged for the Stout & Downing apartments in Curtis Park is off-site parking. That’s far better than requiring on-site off-street parking, and results in a much higher utilization of the land available for development at this site. Your summary makes it sound as if on-site parking was required, which is incorrect.