Today’s Headlines

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  • Legislators to Probe I-70 Expansion, But Is It Just for Show? (DenPo)
  • A “Frequent Occurrence”: Driver Careens Off Speer, Nearly Lands on Cherry Creek Path (Denverite)
  • Greenwood Village Puts Walkable, Compact Development at Orchard Station in Voters’ Hands (ABC7)
  • John Adsit, Bike Cop Nearly Killed By Driver, Is a Survivor (Westword)
  • There’s a “Twitter Chat” on Walkability Today (DBJ)
  • Driver Jeannie Morrow, Who Killed Motorcycling Couple, Wasn’t Drug Tested (Fox31)
  • More on Street Murals and Walkability in Sunnyside (Denverite)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Morrison Road Pedestrian Fixes Launch “Little Mexico” Street Makeover (ABC7)
  • Vision Zero Survey Shows Scary Places to Ride a Bike (Denverite)
  • Will Two-Way Reversions of North Cap Hill Streets Finally Happen? (Denverite)
  • Sunnyside Intersection Mural Promotes Active Living, Safe Streets (9News)
  • Will Hickenlooper Call Special Session for Transport Funding? (Statesman)
  • Wash Park NIMBYs Hate Church of Cannabis Because Parking (Cannabist)
  • Oil and Gas Production: An Affront to the Health of Low-Income Minorities (Independent)
  • CU Denver Study: Diesel Engines Spew More Pollution Than You Think (DBJ)

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Good transit boils down to three ingredients, according to TransitCenter: It has to be fast, frequent and reliable, and walkable and accessible. Photo: Stefanie Seskin/Flickr

The 3 Essential Ingredients for Cooking Up Transit That People Want to Ride

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With so much transportation funding going toward highways, it's tempting to support any transit investment as a step in the right direction. But not all transit investments will produce service that helps people get where they need to go. To make transit a useful travel option that people want to ride, says TransitCenter, there are three basic goals that officials and advocates should strive for.

Today’s Headlines

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