Denver Public Works wants to stripe a bike lane on West 23rd Avenue where it intersects one of the city's deadliest streets, Federal Boulevard. But when it comes to protecting humans riding bikes in Denver, there's always the risk that car storage — or the fear of any space getting dedicated to bikes at all — will take precedence.
Denver is now home to three “high-intensity activated crosswalk beacons,” or HAWK signals, to make crossing safer for pedestrians. More are on the way. The first, installed by Colorado DOT at I-70 and Pecos Street, has been around awhile. The two newest ones are in denser residential and commercial areas, both in Stapleton — at […]