Today’s Headlines

  • I-70 Widening Through Latino Neighborhoods Prompts Civil Rights Complaint (Denverite, DenPo)
  • Why People Walk on Some Streets and Don’t Walk on Others (DenverUrbanism)
  • Hancock Administration’s Homeless Sweeps in Ballpark Didn’t Work (Denverite)
  • The Villager Debriefs With Claudia Folska Following RTD Board Win
  • Daily Camera Reader: Boulder Should Ditch RTD’s “Lousy” Service and Start Anew
  • Artist Plants “No Trump Any Time” Street Signs Around City (Westword)
  • DenPo Nerds Out Over CDOT’s Snow Plow Prowess (Sidewalks Be Damned)
  • Salida’s 200 Riverside Tiny Homes Will Help Housing Crunch (DenPo)

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Today’s Headlines

Hit-and-Run Killer Norlan Estrada-Reyes Is Looking for a Plea Deal (DenPo) Apparently Sentient SUV Rams Through Post Office (9News) Homeless Rights Suit Against City Gets Class Action Status (Denverite) Daily Camera Reader: Buses Won’t Cut It — We Need a Train Bond Money Deliberation Is the “Hunger Games” of Government (Denverite) Driverless Semis Are Coming, […]
One of Sacramento's poorest neighborhoods doesn't have enough crosswalks. It also has a high rate of jaywalking arrests. Image: KXTV

What Will It Take for Sacramento to Make Walking Safer in Poor Neighborhoods?

Police and city planners in Sacramento have come under scrutiny in the weeks since police were caught on tape assaulting Nandi Cain, Jr., a black man, during a jaywalking stop. Cain, who was legally using an unmarked crosswalk, has since filed a civil rights lawsuit against the city. Now, reporters are looking into why there are so few marked crosswalks in one of Sacramento's poorest areas.

Today’s Headlines

Of Course GOP Lawmakers Will Push New Transpo Bill Focused on Highway Expansion (DBJ) …In the Meantime, Thank Sens. Tate, Neville, and Hill for Traffic (Sentinel) Following Lawsuit, RTD to Retrofit Light Rail Cars for Wheelchairs (DenPo) Note to NIMBYs: People Have to Live Somewhere (9News) Eight-Story Building in West Colfax Will Have 56 For-Sale […]