Today’s Headlines

  • Speeding Driver Kills Person Walking in Aurora Crosswalk, Tries to Flee (DenPo)
  • Colorado Shortchanges Transit, Walking, and Biking by $1 Billion Per Year (CPR, DenPo)
  • City Council Might Stifle New Homes Because of Parking, Traffic Complaints Today (Denverite)
  • Exercise Comes Naturally When Streets Are Destinations Instead of Expressways (DenverUrbanism)
  • Following Cole Sukle’s Death, Denver PD Enforces Speeding on Yale Way (Villager)
  • Six Hours After Opening, Merchants Claim Broadway Bike Lane Hurts Business (CBS4)
  • CPR Chronicles the Reasons for Each A-Line Delay
  • City Auditor: Documenting Race During Traffic Stops Should Curb Discrimination
  • Private Security Force Begins Patrolling 16th Street Mall 24/7 (ABC7)
  • Light Rail Train Seriously Injures Person Walking Near Convention Center (Fox31)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • Daniel

    It’s worth noting the most hysterical opposition to the Broadway bike lane is coming from Drake Real Estate Services, if you look at their website they seem to specialize in drive-up single story pad retail centers surrounded by a sea of parking in the burbs. Strange that this guy would even chose to locate his office along Broadway in the first place.

    • rorojo

      Yeah it seems the businesses quoted would be rather agnostic to any parking confusion. How many people are really just driving along and see Drake Real Estate Services and stop on in. Same with tattoos. From my observations there have yet to be any difference in traffic. People are still figuring out how to get to McDonald’s and Sweet Action from my observation.

      If anything the left turn lanes seem to add some order to the madness.