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).


Today’s Headlines

Lawmakers Argue Over What Highway-Focused Transpo Bill Without Tax Hike Would Fund (Politics) Will the Past Hinder a Larimer Square Future with Walkable Alleys, Affordable Homes, Density Near Transit? (DBJ) Lawmakers Deny Bill of Rights for People Living on Streets — Again (Denverite) City Buys, Takes Land for Sprawling National Western Center Development (ABC7) Friends […]

Today’s Headlines

Despite National Rep, Denver Isn’t Truly Walkable or Bikeable (Confluence) I-70 Widening Prompts Car-Oriented Industrial Development (DenPo) City Reviewing “Cell Poles” to Ensure Clear Paths for People Walking, Using Wheelchairs (Denverite) Louisville Neighbors Get Road Diets on Speedy Streets (ABC7) State Patrol Blames Cyclist for His Death Near Boulder; No Charges for Driver (Camera) Aurora […]