- Denver to transform Santa Fe Drive into a 'safer street' - Lyft expands services in Denver to offer car rentals - The pandemic created a biking explosion. How can cities make it permanent?
The idea of a "High Injury Network" isn't new. But a surprising number of cities don't bother to map it.
- Traffic Violence in Denver and across the country - New RTD leader’s proposed contract sets $315,000 salary - It’s Been a Booming Year for Colorado’s New and Used Bike Market
The nation's capital is failing to meet its Vision Zero goal — but it's not taking the loss lying down.
Streetsblog Denver would like to thank The O’Sullivan Personal Injury Law Firm for supporting this series. Financial contributions do not influence our content. Thirty-eight people have died from traffic violence on Denver streets in 2020. 12 of the victims were on foot, one was on a bike, two were on scooters, six were on motorcycles, […]
- Plenty of traffic violence this week - Top Highway Safety Org Recommends Reform in Traffic Policing; Activists Say We Need Abolition - The city is taking steps to keep (some) parks (mostly) car-free long after the pandemic is gone