Tuesday’s Headlines

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Monday’s Headlines

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  • Broadway Bike Lane Extension to Cherry Creek Trail on its Way — as Expected — But Not Until 2020 (DenPo)
  • Motorists Don’t Understand Basic Rules Regarding Bike Lane on South Monaco (CBS4)
  • Lakewood State Senate Candidate Tony Sanchez: Bike Lanes Are a Conspiratorial Attack from the United Nations (Times Recorder)
  • The CU Professor and Blogger Who Declared War on Soul-Sucking Surface Parking Lots (5280)
  • Grandoozy Neighbor on Expected Traffic Armageddon: “It Wasn’t that Big a Deal” (Fox31)
  • …Though Grandoozy Rejected RTD Bid to Expand Transit Service for Festival (9News)
  • RTD Track Work Continues Between Convention Center and 30th & Downing (9News)
  • Bustang Ridership Strong and Growing, But CDOT-Run Transit Service Lacks Drivers to Expand (Aspen Times)

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Friday’s Headlines

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  • Hancock’s 2019 Budget Includes $27 Million for Walking, Biking, Transit, According to DenPo
  • Westword Remembers Raymond Davies, Killed by a Hit-and-Run Driver in August
  • Driver Smashes Car Through Home, Injuring One, on 18th and York (Denver PD)
  • Denver PD Chases Car-Jacking Suspect Right through Home on Federal (CBS4)
  • Denver Public Works Says New Federal Blvd Median Will Slow Drivers, But Pedestrian Safety No Guarantee (Patch)
  • Labor Shortage for Building Sidewalks Stems from Immigration Debate, Denverite Reports
  • Motorist Troy Glassford Gets 36 Years Prison Time for Killing Pedestrian Nathan Osbourne in Arvada (Patch)
  • Judge Declares Mistrial in Highway Killing of Cody Donahue (9News)
  • 450-Room Hotel Downtown Would Have Just 169 Parking Spots (BusinessDen)
  • Amazon to Decide on Second Headquarters Location by December 31 (DBJ)

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