Today’s Headlines

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  • CO Politics Pastes Highway Lobby Talking Points Against “Vast” Multimodal Transport Tax
  • The Colfax-Federal Cloverleaf — A Scar and Barrier for West Siders (Confluence)
  • January A-Line Ridership Lowest on Record (Denverite)
  • DenPo Reader: Transport Tax Should Be About Adding Value, Not Congestion
  • New Brighton Boulevard May Get New Name (Westword)
  • Trump’s $6 Billion Cut to HUD Would Hurt City’s Poor (Denverite)
  • Amnesic Victim of Hit-and-Run Driver Reunited With Family (Fox31)
  • Boulder Planning Board Shuffle Could Be Good for Growth (Camera)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Council Extends Freeze on Car-Free Homes, Makes Toothless Gesture to Curb Car Dependence (DenPo)
  • “Fatal Crash Sentences Rarely Feel Strong Enough for Grieving Families” (9News)
  • As Crashes Mount at Deadly 5th and Lincoln Intersection, Public Waits for Traffic Light (Fox31)
  • Public Feedback on Broadway Bike Lane Is Lacking (9News)
  • Parking Requirements Incentivize “Big, Boxy” Buildings (Denverite)
  • Jimmy the RTD-Riding Jerk Makes CityLab Headlines
  • CDOT Markets Lyft as Safe Ride for Stoned People (Westword)
  • CSP Charges RTD Bus Driver in Boulder Crash (Camera)
  • Boulder Reduced Greenhouse Gas Emissions (Camera)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Automated Vehicle Bill Progresses With Language to Bar Cities from Regulating Them (Herald)
  • Driver Kills Two People Walking on Sidewalk in Durango (Herald)
  • Pedestrian Hit By Light Rail Train Near 9th and Colfax (DenPo)
  • “Highway Politics” Stops Some Republicans from Supporting Transport Tax (Politics)
  • Widening I-25 Would Cause “A Never-Ending Loop of More Cars” (Coloradoan)
  • Andrea Milholm, Drunk Driver Who Killed Pedestrian, Tells Cautionary Tale (ABC7)
  • Which Suburbs Are Growing Fastest? (DBJ)
  • Construction Defects Reform Could Still Happen (DenPo)

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The Red Line bus rapid transit project in Indianapolis, which voters approved as part of a package in November, is one of dozens of projects threatened by Donald Trump's budget proposal. Image: IndyGo

Think of Trump’s Budget as an Attack on Cities

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Yesterday Donald Trump released a budget outline that calls for severe cuts to transit, and the reaction was swift and scathing. The National Association of City Transportation Officials called it “a disaster” for cities. Transportation for America said it was a “slap in the face” for local communities that have raised funds to expand transit. […]
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