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.

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