Today Is the Perfect Day to Donate to Streetsblog Denver

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Today is Colorado Gives Day. If you value Streetsblog Denver as the best source for information about the policies that affect walking, biking, and transit in the Mile High City, help us continue our mission by giving a tax-deductable, year-end donation.

Streetsblog Denver advances sustainable transportation and livable streets — pedestrian, transit, and bicycle friendly streets. The original reporting and commentary we produce relies on the generosity of people who understand that our streets must be transformed to move people more sustainably, safely, and equitably.

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  • Scott Sanderson

    Does Streetsblog Denver accept Bitcoin donations?

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