Streetsblog Denver Is Taking a Couple of Weeks Off

Photo: David Sachs
Photo: David Sachs

It’s true that the news doesn’t take a vacation. That’s especially true for transportation news in Denver, where you can’t turn on a screen without seeing developments in the world of walking, biking, and transit.

But reporters do take vacations, and this one will be gone from Monday, August 14, to Friday, August 25.

Streetsblog Denver is a one-person, nonprofit operation. That means we won’t be publishing Today’s Headlines or news in real-time for a couple of weeks, though you’ll see some content here and there because we’re not monsters.

When I return, I’ll be eager and ready to continue bringing you daily information on the movement for better walking, biking, and transit in the Mile High. Thank you to all the readers who support Streetsblog.

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