Today’s Headlines

  • The New York Times Highlights the Plight of North Denver Residents Fighting for Justice Against CDOT’s I-70 Widening
  • Man Killed By R-Line Train on Test Run While Crossing at 30th and Peoria (DenPo)
  • Hancock “Shares Sense of Urgency” With Advocates for More Walking, Transit, and Biking Options (DenPo)
  • R-Line Set to Open Friday (DBJ)
  • “Can a Piecemeal Approach Get Colorado to Construction Defects Reform?” (Denverite)
  • Investments in Transit Helped Attract Entrepreneurs to Denver (CPR)
  • DenPo Reader Attacks Density, the Bus, and Calls Micro Unit Dwellers “Affluent”
  • D-Line Train Hits Vehicle at Welton and 22nd (Fox31)

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