Wednesday’s Headlines

  • Investigation Ongoing After Semi-Truck Driver Hit and Killed Woman Walking in Grand Junction (DenPo)
  • “A Pocket Guide To All Your Questions About RTD’s Ongoing A Line Drama” (CPR)
  • … Speaking of the A Line, RTD is Also Adding Train Cars to that Line to Accommodate High Ridership, 16 Million Since 2016 (9News)
  • Speer Goes Vertical with Expensive Housing, Area Includes Amenities Dwellers Enjoy Such as: Having Walkability, Bikeability, and Public Transit (Denverite)
  • Some Say “Too Much Traffic” Will Come From the New Development at CDOT’s Old Headquarters, Because in Colorado, That Seems to Always be the Main Focus: Traffic (Fox31)
  • “Sweep Streets Not People”- Group Advocating Against City’s Urban Camping Ban Amid Campaign Season (KUNC)
  • ‘Andy’s Car Land’ Shop (and Parking Lot) Sold to a Developer with Mixed-Use Plans (BusinessDen)
  • More on E-Scooter Injuries (Fox31)
  • Tomorrow: 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.

National headlines at Streetsblog USA