Today’s Headlines

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  • RTD: A-Line Is Fixed — It’s the Feds Who Are Lagging (Denverite)
  • Historic Transit-Oriented Development Created Denver’s Walkable Neighborhoods (DenverUrbanism)
  • After Hit-and-Run Driver Injures 12-Year-Old in Parker, Police Will Enforce Speed (ABC7)
  • Highway-Hungry Group Revitalizes Jeffco Beltway Idea from 1960s (Transcript)
  • Guy Wants Money to Build Monorail from Boulder to Firestone (Times-Call)
  • Yes, Tiny Houses Are Homes, Even if Zoning Hasn’t Caught Up (Voice)
  • Car Sales Rise in Colorado Despite Falling Nationwide (DBJ)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • DPW Will Close Part of Bannock Street to Cars, Test What It’s Like as a Street for People (DenPo)
  • Driver Seriously Injures Man in Wheat Ridge Parking Lot, Flees (Fox31)
  • RTD Hopes New Contractor Smooths Out Access-a-Ride Service (DenPo)
  • Northglenn Stripes Very First Bike Lane (DenPo)
  • USDOT Wants More Private-Public Partnerships, Like the One That Built the A-Line (Route Fifty)
  • DenPo Columnist Endorses Land Trusts to Expand Affordable Housing
  • 248 Apartment Homes Coming to Jefferson Park (BusinessDen)

National headlines at Streetsblog USA

Today’s Headlines

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  • With CDOT’s I-70 Expansion, “Redlining Returns to Denver” (The Nation)
  • Driver Hits Wheelchair-Bound Kyle Wolf in Uptown, Denver PD Tickets Victim (Fox31)
  • Apparently RTD’s N-Line “Threatens” Cemetery By Changing Its Entrance (DenPo)
  • Forest City’s Central Park Station TOD May or May Not Have Affordable Homes, Excessive Parking (Front Porch)
  • 80,000-Person Overland Park Music Fest Will Rely on Transit, Bike Connections (The Know)
  • Development Near Nine Mile Station on Hold in Aurora (9News)
  • DenPo Columnist: The End of Horsepower Tells Us Why Transportation Has to Pivot from Coal

National headlines at Streetsblog USA

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