Today’s Headlines

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  • RTD Drivers Planned to Strike, But Union Doesn’t “Have the Right” (Politics)
  • Uber to Start Mimicking Bus Service This Week (DBJ)
  • ABC7 Report on Tax Hike for Transportation Completely Ignores Transit, Walking, and Biking
  • City-Owned Surface Parking Lot on Platte to Be Developed (BusinessDen)
  • More Homes and Businesses Coming to Larimer Square — in Alleys (Denverite)
  • Council Passes Housing Plan But Additional Funding Still a Question Mark (DenPo)
  • … And Albus Brooks Says City Must Double Spending This Year (Denverite)
  • Vincent Carroll Defends Privately Funded Olympics in Denver (DenPo)
  • It’s Official: Chautauqua Visitors Will Continue Riding Free Bus or Paying for Parking (KGNU)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Traffic Deaths Fell Slightly Nationally, But Increased in Colorado (DenPo)
  • New Blueprint for City Growth and Transportation Won’t Pretend Neighborhoods Are Static (DenPo)
  • Density Near Transit Means More Places for People to Live and Work (ABC7)
  • Trump’s Infrastructure Plan a “Trojan Horse” to Cripple Environmental Oversight (KGNU)
  • Driver Kills Michael Miller in the Springs, Faces No Charges; KKTV Blames Victim, Who Had Right of Way, for “Wearing Dark Clothing”
  • Vail Creating Regulations for Electric Bikes (CBS4)
  • Watchdogs Say Office of Public Private Partnerships Is a Sham (Independent)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • South Pearl Neighbors See Apartments as “Threat” to Parking; Zoning Could Require Ground-Floor Uses (Denverite)
  • Planed Tower at 17th and California to Induce Traffic With 780 Parking Stalls (DenPo)
  • Parking Lot Becomes 49 Homes for People Without Housing (Fox31)
  • City Hiring Staff to Marshal Bond-Funded Projects (DenPo)
  • Plan for A Line Delays Next Weekend as RTD Constructs on N Line (Patch)
  • Electric Cars Aren’t Priority at Legislature (DenPo)

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