Thursday’s Headlines

  • City Must Give Walking, Transit, Biking, and Scootering More Street Space to Avoid Growing Conflicts (DenPo)
  • Government-Owned Sidewalks Rot Away as City Charges Residents to Fix Theirs (CBS4)
  • Denver Public Works Forces People to Climb and Contort to Press Beg Button (Fox31)
  • RTD Bus Stops Rob People’s Dignity, Are Inaccessible (DenverUrbanism)
  • RTD Partners with Lyft — which Adds Congestion to City Streets — and Zipcar to Incentivize Transit (Denverite)
  • Polis: “Lane Expansion Has a Very Important Role” but so Does “Light Rail Expansion” and “Transit-Planned Communities” (CPR)
  • Drivers Constantly Break Parking Laws — 369,000 Times This Year (Westword)
  • Tennyson Street Developer Opts for “Puzzle Lift” Over Ground-Floor Parking (BusinessDen)
  • Colorado Springs Gazette: Giving Bicyclists Safe Passage Not Worth Inconveniencing Drivers
  • Denver Employers Can Subsidize Transit Passes for Employees to Curb Commute Woes (Watchdog)
  • DenPo Reader: Widen I-25 Even More!

National headlines at Streetsblog USA