Wednesday’s Headlines

  • Another Driver, Another Structure Crashed Into- This Time it was an Apartment and a Resident Was Injured (9News)
  • How Denver Streets and Sidewalks Aren’t Set-Up for People to Walk, Bike and Scoot Safely, and What Should be Done About it (Denverite)
  • A Review of the South Monaco Bike Lane, Conclusion: Not Enough Riders (Denver Urbanism)
  • Did You Know? Denver’s RTD Was the First in the Country to Add Wheelchair Lifts to Buses (CPR)
  • Actually, Never-mind, Eldora Won’t be Charging for Parking After Some Backlash (9News)
  • A Study Finds that School of Choice is out of Reach for Some Students Because of a Lack of Transportation (CO Politics)
  • The “Pedestrian Bridge” on Colorado and 9th, Which is Really a Private Office Building, is Set to be Demolished (Denverite)
  • Police Looking for Info on Suspect that Groped a Woman on a RTD Bus (Patch)
  • 1,500 Coloradans File Claims Every Year for Car Crashes Related to Work, Costing Employers. Maybe More Incentives to Take Public Transit Could Do the Trick? (Denver7)
  • Colorado Classic Cycling Race is Now a Women’s Only Race, the Only One in the Western Hemisphere (DenPo)

National headlines at Streetsblog USA