Today’s Headlines

  • Urban Hiker’s Colfax Avenue Trek Spotlights a Street That Must Be Reclaimed for Walking (5280)
  • Performing Arts Complex Is Often a “Dead Zone” and Its Parking Tower Is an Outdated Relic (Architect)
  • RTD’s Flatiron Flyer May Take 11,000 Passengers Between Denver and Boulder Daily (CBS4)
  • MAX Bus Users Can Use New Secure Bike Shelters — If They Have the Money (Coloradoan)
  • $5 Billion Worth of Development Investment in Five Years for Downtown Denver (DBJ)
  • Advocates Host Ghost Bike Ceremony for Slain Cyclist Cesar Palermo (Coloradoan)

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  • dufflepud

    Regarding the DCPA: as an interesting historical tidbit, in 1999 the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals determined that, as a matter of law, the DCPA’s Galleria could not be considered sidewalk, plaza or other truly public place because–and this was really their reasoning–it was a dead end and no one used it to go anywhere.