Today’s Headlines

  • Why Does the Post Think Using Streets Efficiently Is Extreme? (DenverUrbanism)
  • This Group Will Help Decide What Bond Money Will Buy (DenPo)
  • Boulder Council Says No to New Residents With 40-Foot Building Height Limit (Camera)
  • Longmont Council Asks RTD to Spend Windfall on Northwest Transit (Times-Call)
  • “A Quarter of Coloradans Text and Drive (and the Rest Are Probably Lying)” (Westword)
  • Sober Cherry Creek Mall GM: Fee-Based Parking Makes Sense (DBJ)
  • An Excessive Amount of Parking Coming With Cherry Creek Health Center (DenverInfill)

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  • Chris

    The one thing I don’t like about the Longmont connection to the rail is that in 2004 the promise was to build out to this far out suburb. I see the reason building to Boulder as it is a major economic hub. Longmont though, do we really need to fund a project that goes that far out? It is like the non-needed extension of the southwest line to Highlands Ranch. Was that a good use of money, no.

  • EMB

    FYI: Speer Leetsdale open house tonight. I’m eager to see what’s possible here.

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Pilot that Lyfted People to Centennial RTD Station Failed Spectacularly (Denverite) CDOT Ignores Stoned Driving in Traffic Death Report (Westword) Anticipating Growth, Parker Adds Parking Time Limits (DenPo) Globeville Students Address Gentrification Through Podcasts (CPR) Aurora Sentinel Eats Up E-470 Boss’s Claim That Private-Public Road Needs Widening 300 Homes to Supplant Lowery Assisted Living Center […]