Today’s Headlines

  • Driver Jumps Curb, Slams Into Restaurant at 17th and Downing (9News)
  • Driver Kills Man, 21, Running in Fort Collins (Coloradoan)
  • New Residents and Not Enough Homes Means High Rent (DBJ)
  • After Getting Swept From Streets, People Without Homes Back to Camping (DenPo)
  • Denverite Tours Some of the City’s Bike Lanes
  • Denver No Longer a Top 10 City for Real Estate Investment (DBJ)

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  • Brian Schroder

    I was excited to see the 2016 Denver Bicycle Implementation map earlier this year because it included separated bicycle lanes in the DTC area. However, those bike lanes never came to fruition and now the bike sharrows that were painted on those roads have been completely obliterated by vehicle traffic.

    • ANM

      I know which ones you are talking about an actually asked about them at a public meeting earlier this week and a DPW staff member confirmed they would be installed in Spring 2017. Delayed… but they WILL be installed.

      • Brian Schroder

        In the meantime there is a real safety concern especially the 225 underpass that has a posted speed limit of 35 and the sharrows are gone.

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