Today’s Headlines

  • Judge Won’t Let Opponents of I-70 Expansion Use Outside Experts to Make Case (DenPo)
  • CDOT Claims I-70 Construction “Not Going to Be a Huge” Impact on City (Denverite)
  • Business Groups Plead for Legislature to Pass Highway-Heavy Transportation Bill (DBJ)
  • City’s Off-Street Parking Rates Lag Behind More Walkable, Transit-Rich Cities (DBJ)
  • Pedestrian Thoroughfare, “Ample Parking” Part of North Wynkoop Development (Denverite)
  • CBS4 Picks Up Story on Re-Timing Downtown Signals to Prioritize Walkers
  • Expect A Line Delays Friday for Scheduled Maintenance (Patch)
  • Driver Crashes Through Yards and into Highlands Ranch Home, Dies (Fox31)
  • Bill Would Let CDOT Tap into Car Tech in Name of Safety (ABC7)
  • Woman in Boulder Uses SUV as Weapon (CBS4)
  • DenPo Readers: Keep Tax Credits on Electric Vehicles

National headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • TakeFive

    “Public Comment Wanted On Future Of High Line Canal Trail” CBS4 – http://denver.cbslocal.com/2018/04/10/high-line-canal-trail-meeting/

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4)– For many across the Denver metro area, the High Line Canal is more than just a trail; it’s a way of life. The recreational area welcomes hundreds of thousands of users every year. The High Line Canal Conservancy has launched the second phase of significant planning for the 71-mile regional trail.

    High Line Canal Conservancy website: http://highlinecanal.org/

    At 71 miles long, the High Line Canal is one of the longest continuous urban trails in the country, twisting through the most populated area of Colorado while crossing a diverse mosaic of communities and nature. The Canal originates at Waterton Canyon in Douglas County and runs to Green Valley Ranch in Northeast Denver, falling within one mile of more than 350,000 residents.