Streetsblog Denver is Taking Two Weeks Off from Our Regularly Scheduled Program

Don't worry — you can satiate your need for walking, biking, and transit stuff with our Summer Reader Takeover.

Photo: David Sachs
Photo: David Sachs

News doesn’t take a vacation, but reporters do. So when the nonprofit media organization in question has one reporter, that means taking a break from reporting on things as they happen.

From July 12 through July 25, you can expect a hiatus from Today’s Headlines and other news in real time. We’ll still publish some walking, biking, and transit stuff to chew on — including commentary from your fellow readers via the Streetsblog Denver Summer Reader Takeover.

So: Look forward to that, and I’ll look forward to coverage and commentary of urban transportation issues when I return. Thanks for reading.

  • Camera_Shy

    Enjoy!!

  • Ryan Todd

    David, we need a Streetsblog in St. Pete!

    Get a crew together and get down here.

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