Take 4 Minutes to Answer Streetsblog Denver’s Anonymous Reader Survey

Streetsblog Denver's WTF is BRT? event in December 2017. Photo: Ashby Leavell
Streetsblog Denver's WTF is BRT? event in December 2017. Photo: Ashby Leavell

It’s been almost three years since Streetsblog Denver launched and our readership continues to grow. Thank you for that.

While we know how many people read our original reporting and commentary on the city’s sustainable transportation scene, we don’t really know who is reading. That’s where you come in.

Please take a few minutes to share some specifics with us by taking our reader survey. It’s short, we timed it!

Take the Streetsblog Denver Reader Survey.

Your answers will be aggregated and anonymous — Streetsblog won’t be able to identify who takes the survey. What we will be able to do is learn more about our audience. This knowledge will help us make the case to funders when we ask them to help keep our nonprofit news site humming.

Thanks for reading.


Tuesday’s Headlines

Number of people killed on Denver’s streets spiked last year, continuing upward trend. (Streetsblog Denver) 9 News maps Denver’s seven most dangerous intersections. (9 News) Car crashed into crossing gates along A-Line, delaying service. (9 News) Denver police have investigated 27 reports of racist crimes against black people since 2016, including at least one on […]

Monday’s Headlines

Driver kills pedestrian in Colorado Springs; second fatality at same intersection in six months. (KKTV) Two people hospitalized after crash that shut down I-70 near National Western Stock Show grounds. (9 News) Bloomberg Philanthropies gives $2 million to Denver for climate adaptation, including walking, biking and transit projects. (Denverite) Does RTD have a marketing problem? (Streetsblog […]