Today’s Headlines

  • City Sides Against Residents, Lets CDOT-Backed Kiewet Pollute Neighborhoods with Nighttime I-70 Construction Noise (DenPo)
  • Councilman Lopez: “Working People” Deserve Access to Bike-Share (ABC7)
  • Archaic Scooter Rules Mean Winter Riding Hinges on Property Owners Clearing Sidewalks (Westword)
  • Cap Hill Resident Demonstrates How to Fix Flagstone Sidewalks (Denverite)
  • Authors of Transpo Ballot Measure to Debate (CBS4)
  • DenverUrbanism: Clean Up the Highline Canal Trail
  • Two-Year-Old Dies After Westminster Mother Backs into Her with Pickup Truck (DenPo)
  • Morrison Road Closing to Cars for Annual Chili Fest (Westword)

National headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • Riley Warton

    It feels like a pattern that high way projects don’t take into account local concerns. It has happened all throughout the country during the 50s and 60s, and now it’s happening again. Why is there an absence of democratic process in these highway projects?