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:

    • 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.


Today’s Headlines

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 […]