Tuesday’s Headlines

  • Aurora Mother Runs Over and Kills Her One-Year-Old Boy (Fox 31)
  • Car Crashes Kill More Colorado Workers Than Any Other Cause (Denver Post)
  • Pedestrian Seriously Injured Two Years Ago Now Teaches Kids to Read (ABC 7)
  • Denver City Council Delays Vote on Modest Expansion of Automated Speeding and Red Light Enforcement (CBS 4)
  • Tall Buildings Block GPS Signals RTD A-Line Needs to Trigger Crossing Gates, G-Line Could Start Service Early Next Year (Denver Post)
  • City Council Committee Will Discuss Moving E-Scooters to Bike Lanes Today (ABC 7)
  • Denver Enforcement Officers Become ‘Parking Angels,’ Offer Presents to Motorists Who Don’t Park in Bike Lanes (CBS 4)
  • Denver’s Best and Worst Neighborhoods for Transit Riders Mapped (Denverite)
  • More on Hyperloop Startup Shutting Down (Colorado Sun)
  • ‘Tall, Slender Towers’ at Elitch Gardens Site Would ‘Encourage Density Near Transit’ (Denver Post), Ferris Wheel and 8,000 Homes Planned (Denverite)
  • How to Pronounce Tejon Street, a Word That Means Raccoon (9 News)

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