Monday’s Headlines

  • RTD Hosting Public Meeting This Week (Dec 6) on Boulder-Longmont Rapid Transit (Patch)
  • … And the Funds for the Project are OK’d and Good to Go (DailyCamera)
  • Gov. John Hickenlooper Gives Jared Polis a Lengthy To-Do List, Including Reducing Traffic on I-70 and I-25 “By a Few Minutes” (SUN)
  • City Says There Are Enough Public Restrooms in Denver, Poop on the Streets Says Otherwise (Denver7)
  • CDOT Using a Nifty Bi-Oculars to Help Trigger Snowslides and Get Drivers to the Mountains Quicker (Oh, and Reduce Their Road Rage) (5280)
  • The Hornet, a Restaurant/Bar on South Broadway, Was Just Crashed into for the Third Time This Year (9News)
  • Some Cool History on Denver’s Streets and Their Names (CPR)
  • CDOT Struggling to Keep Up With Snow Plowing due to Shortage of Employees (CBS4)
  • How Denver’s New Office Spaces are Connected with Those Experiencing Homelessness and Living on the Streets (Denver VOICE)
  • Texting, Driving, and the Conflicting Opinions of Coloradans (Westword)
  • An Intro Guide to Fat Tires, and No, They’re Not Talking About the Beer (DenPo)
  • Tomorrow is Colorado Gives Day. Support Streetsblog Denver now!
  • Thursday: Join us for the Streetsblog Meet the Editor event + the Denver Streets Partnership for a holiday happy hour. Click here for free tickets. It’s an off-the-record mixer for mobility advocates, city staff and our transportation media friends.

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  • Riley Warton

    When transportation funding is so bad that even Streetsblog isn’t anti-car anymore.

    Then again, streetsblog probably wasn’t anti-car in the first place, at least not necessarily. Just pro-multi-modal transportation.