Today’s Headlines

  • Police Investigating Pedestrian Hit-and-Run in Southwest Denver as Homicide (9News)
  • Examining Where Bike Lanes Might Belong in Denver’s Political and Physical Space (Denver Urbanism)
  • Editorial: Idea That Better Walking and Biking Routes Will Decrease Car Use “Dubious” at Best (DenPo)
  • Denver Post Editorial Board Wants Voters to Decide Fate of Red Light Cameras
  • Mike Rosen Said Bike Riders Don’t Pay Enough Taxes for Road Equity. A Reader Responds. (DenPo)
  • At Least Two Buses Have Been Abandoned by RTD Drivers Since March. Is It a Pattern? (Daily Camera)
  • Claire Martin Profiles the Bike Depot and Its Approachable Mechanics (DenPo)
  • Interesting Benchmark: Light Rail Line Through Aurora 60 Percent Complete, and RTD Celebrates (CBS4)
  • Urban Thought Leaders and Planners Converged at the Rocky Mountain City Summit (Confluence)
  • Solid Reasoning to Raise Gas Tax for First Time Since ’93: At Least Adjust It for Inflation (Bloomberg)

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  • Steve Chester

    What a great resource. How often will you be doing headlines?

  • David Sachs

    Every weekday morning, Steve. Glad you’re a fan.

  • mckillio

    I have to echo what Steve said, this is great. Thank you.


Today’s Headlines

RTD Tests Pedestrian Bridges for Safety Twice a Year (ABC7) More Crashes Have Aurora Cops Shifting Enforcement from Highways to City Streets (Sentinel) 136 Homes — and 146 Parking Spots — Planned Near Evans Station (Denverite) DenPo Reader: State’s Obsession with Highway Expansions Should Reroute Amazon Elsewhere DenPo Reader Likes City’s Redo of Land Use […]

Today’s Headlines

Louisville Firm Okayed Pedestrian Bridge Before it Collapsed and Killed People in Florida (DenPo) State Officials Plan Annual St. Patrick’s Day DUI Crackdown (DenPo) …And AAA Will Tow Cars for Free (ABC7) “Granny Flats” Can Add Density, Address Housing Shortage (Fox31) Westword Columnist: Stop Acting Like Mountain-Bound Traffic Is Armageddon Some I-25 Expansionists Want to Make […]