Today’s Headlines

  • Driver Hits Person Walking Near State Capitol (Fox31)
  • CPR Picks Up Story on Possible Shutdown of A and B Lines
  • Beg Buttons Don’t Speed Up Pedestrian Crossing Phase — They Speed Up Cars (Denverite)
  • DenPo Reader: Since When Does CDOT Dictate That a Driverless Semi Can Cruise Down I-25?
  • Single Family Homes Dominate New Housing, But Apartments Are Growing Faster (Denverite)
  • Westword: What Downtown Residents Really Want Is Cheap, Abundant Parking
  • Newest Taxi Coop “Going Strong” (DBJ)
  • Driver Jumps Curb, Hits Person Walking in Colorado Springs (KRDO)

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  • Ryan Keeney

    I really did not like that Westworld article at all, especially the part about how you shouldn’t raise kids downtown.

    • gojoblogo

      I could not agree more. It was terrible. We should be encouraging that as much as possible. Similarly, we should be encouraging people to take transit or Uber or anything to parties downtown. And crowds are good for business as is tourism. That is a xenophobic garbage article!

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