Today’s Headlines

  • Light Rail Operator Hits Man Walking at Alameda Station (DenPo)
  • Judge Upholds 60-Year Sentence for Driver Who Killed Three (9News)
  • CBS4 Looks to Self-Driving Cars to Solve Congestion, Improve Safety
  • “Progressive Regulatory Environment” Lets Denver Uber Drivers Use Rental Cars (DenPo)
  • Denver Urban Review Compares Union Station Today With Site Four Years Ago
  • Aurora Plans “Massive Expansion” of Parker Road and Quincy Avenue (DenPo)
  • Boulder Parking Enforcers Incentivize Driving With Free Parking (CBS4)

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    Parker/Quincy Study –

    Some of the Post article is not written very well…

    The true reason for the study: “The completion of the current study will enable any identified operational or safety improvements to be eligible for future funding, which the city will then pursue.”

    This is false: “The results of the study, due next spring, will help the city to get funding to complete a massive expansion of the clogged corridors.”

    The study MAY help get funding, but it would be for small improvements to help the intersection in the next 5-20 years, while larger sources are funding are found for more expensive large-scale changes (which doesn’t always mean added capacity).

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