Today’s Headlines

  • Voters Approved Expanded Transit for Denver Students, But DPS, RTD Haven’t Delivered (9News)
  • The Same Bill That Robbed RTD of Millions Gives CDOT $250M to Widen I-25 (Politics)
  • Walking on Colfax Will Get Better If Voters Pass $20 Million in Pedestrian Improvements (Denverite)
  • 9News: Elyria-Swansea “Could Look Radically Different” If I-70 Is Widened. You Think?
  • Confluence Park Trail Connections Reopen Saturday (DenPo)
  • RTD Still Needs State Approval to Complete G Line (Denverite)
  • Denverite Analyzes the “Grit” Cliche on Colfax
  • DenPo Publishes Two Letters Supporting the Cigarette Ban on 16th Street Mall

National headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • The headline on the 9News story about high school student transportation doesn’t describe the story accurately. Nothing in the story tells us that RTD is to blame. If it is, they need an additional story and to be fair, it could mention a huge factor that television usually fails to explain: FTA regulations designed to protect the yellow school bus industry.