Today’s Headlines

  • Denver Post: Approval of Three-Story Building in Crestmoor Park Is a Sacrificial Monument to Density
  • Bike Detection at Intersections Should Improve Traffic Flow for All Modes (DenPo)
  • People on Bikes Are Dangerous, What With Their Riding in the Middle of the Road and Such (KRDO)
  • Pedestrian Injured on I-25 Near 6th Avenue (DenPo)
  • High Demand in Metro Denver Sparks Hiring Frenzy for Uber Drivers (DBJ)

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Wednesday’s Headlines

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Former CDOT Building to Become Low Income Housing, Hopefully (Denverite) CDOT Rolls out Drugged Driving Campaign (Patch) How to Avoid Snowy Roadways This Winter (Hint: Just Don’t Drive) (Fox31) … and On the Topic of Snow and Traction Laws: E-Scooters (9News) Another E-Scooter Article on Accessibility (9News) Pikes Peak Railway Voting Underway for Proposed Amendments (Gazette) […]

Tuesday’s Headlines

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DenPo Backs Prop 110 Polis vs. Stapleton on Transportation (and Other Things) (Denverite) … and More on their Transit Debates (DBJ) Here’s a Breakdown of Donors for Prop 110 (DBJ) Drivers Dominating Traffic Circles, and People Walking Aren’t Happy About it (Westword) Federal Blvd Gets More Cameras, but Not to Enforce Speeds (DenPo) Daily Dose […]

Monday’s Headlines

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Private Contractors Are Pretty Much the Only Ones Making Bus Stops Decent (DenverUrbanism) Forest Service will Ban Cars at Hanging Lake (CPR) People Don’t Like Dirty Highway Interchanges (Denver7) Amtrak Won’t Suspend Rural Train Service, but Only For Another Year (Sun) National headlines at Streetsblog USA