Today’s Headlines

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  • A Line Increasingly Reliable and Popular, Despite Narrative (Westword)
  • Driver Plows Car into Green Valley Ranch Home, Flees (Fox31)
  • Aurora Sentinel Opus on Curbing Traffic Recommends More Lanes, Ignores Transit
  • Will Current Residents Benefit from National Western Commuter Rail, Economic Development? (Denverite)
  • 16th Street Mall Smoking Ban Generated Five Citations in Six Months (9News)
  • Sliver of Affordable Homes Available at Union Station Transit Hub for Lucky Few (9News)
  • Should Mountain Views Be Prioritized as Buildings Rise Downtown? (ABC7)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Safety Group to CDOT: Add Crosswalks, Speed Cameras to Curb Record Number of Pedestrian Deaths (Fox31)
  • Relationship Between RTD, Denver Transit Partners Steady Despite Latest Snafu (CPR)
  • Unlike Highways, the A Line Usually Works Just Fine (9News)
  • Colfax Marathon to Slow RTD Service Sunday (Fox31)
  • RTD Station Brings Bustle to Aurora District (Sentinel)
  • The Know Covers Bike-Friendly Rankings for Colorado Cities

National headlines at Streetsblog USA

Today’s Headlines

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  • School Districts Line Up to Support Youth Discounts for RTD Passes (DenPo)
  • RTD Board Scolds Denver Transit Partners for Stranding Riders on A Line for Hours (DenPo)
  • … And the Private Operator Admits Response to Emergency Was Slow, Disjointed (CPR)
  • Real Estate Industry Ranks Denver High for Biking Despite Contrary Rankings from Bike Experts (DBJ)
  • Affordable Homes Coming to South Broadway Along Frequent Bus Route, Near Light Rail (Denverite)
  • Below-Market Condos Coming to Union Station (Denverite)
  • CDOT Wants to Spend $550 Million-Plus Widening, Straightening, and Tunneling I-70 in Foothills (DenPo, ABC7)
  • Westword Covers Another Road Expansion from a Department Crying Poor
  • Denver PD Chief Robert White Endangered Public When Chasing Driver Who Hit His Car (ABC7)

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