Today’s Headlines

  • Neighbors Demand Safer Intersection Following 11-Year-Old’s Death-By-Driver (Fox31)
  • Housing Advocates: Affordable Housing Fund Deserves Bond Boost (DenPo)
  • Feds Give RTD Permission to Test G-Line (DBJ)
  • 5th and Lincoln Getting Pedestrian Upgrades (ABC7)
  • Spewing Truck Exhaust at People Will Be Harsher Traffic Offense (Independent)
  • NextCity Covers Denver’s Step Backward on Walkability, Affordability
  • Management System Coming to “Parking-Starved” Cap Hill (Metro Media)
  • More Market Rate Apartments Coming to Alameda Station Area (BusinessDen)
  • “Bright Spots” and “Blight Spots” on 16th Street Mall (Westword)
  • Denver Cruiser Ride Scales Back to Monthly Outings (Westword)

National headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • dufflepud

    NextCity link is broken. Looks like the story’s here: https://nextcity.org/daily/entry/denver-council-vote-parking-rules-urbanists.

    • David Sachs

      Thanks, it’s fixed now.

  • MT

    From the Fox31 article about the 11 year old, “Neighbors said children often cross Evans Avenue outside of the Quebec crosswalk to get to a nearby gas station convenience store. To prevent that from happening, neighbors say a barrier wall should be built on the median.”

    Really? We should put up a wall to prevent kids from walking places instead of making places safe for kids to walk. Nice.