Today’s Headlines

  • Driver Hits Man Crossing Street In Wheelchair at Quincy and Tamarac (Fox31)
  • Bad Signage Undermines Denver’s Trail and Transit System (Denverite)
  • Denver Buys RTD Parking Lot Along Light Rail in Five Points to Build Mixed-Income Housing (DenPo)
  • RTD Boss Genova Won’t Get Bonus This Year (DBJ)
  • RTD Commuter Lines Stalling in Cold “Not a Big Surprise” (Denverite)
  • DenPo Columnist Greg Dobbs: At Least Denver Isn’t a Total Wreck Like San Francisco or New York
  • Hickenlooper Partners With Utah, Nevada on Charging Stations to Encourage Electric Vehicle Ownership (Independent)

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  • surly trucker

    Re the Denverite story about bad signage between Invesco and Mile High Station…they really need to close Walnut to cars where it goes under I25…It is a totally blind corner and I often see pedestrians walking towards Mile High Station in the middle of the road…oblivious to the danger (there are also missing sections of sidewalk). Just last week someone in a car missed the curve and crashed through the hand railing nearly going into the Platte River. Put up better signs, close the road to cars…it would be a HUGE improvement.

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