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.


Today’s Headlines

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Today’s Headlines

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