Thursday’s Headlines

  • A Driver Hit and Killed a Person Walking this Morning on West Colfax (Fox31)
  • CDOT is Conducting a Load Test on Surrounding Highways by Completely Shutting Down I-70 Tomorrow Night (Denverite)
  • A Councilman Went and Timed Yellow Lights at Three Intersections, Causing the City to Pause and Reconsider Plan to Add Red-Light Cameras to These Spots. He Recommends Longer Yellow Lights and Less Tickets (DenPo)
  • Colorado Boulevard at I-25 is Reopened After Water Main Break Flooded the Street and Froze (DenPo)
  • Someone Stole Dozens of Bikes from a Boulder Bike Shop on New Years Day; Insert Sad Face Here (DenPo)
  •  Restaurateur in Uptown is Looking to Develop a Parking Lot on 17th Ave (Business Den)
  • Non-Profit Bike Shop that Puts Urban Kids on Bikes is Having Trouble Keeping up With Raised Costs on Replacement Parts Due to Trade War (Denver7)
  • The Day Before Christmas, People Gathered to Honor Those Who Died on the Streets in 2018 (The Voice)
  • Lafayette City Council Approved Agreement With Louisville to Build Railroad Crossing “Quiet Zones” Between the Two Cities (Daily Camera)

National headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • Riley Warton

    This comment has nothing to do with anything, except to state that the free 16th mall ride counts as BRT.

    • TakeFive

      Riley; BRT or ‘enhanced’ bus service has been the one bright spot in recent years. Transit agencies have found that investing in key or ‘high priority’ corridors brings good results.

      Want to know what the next generation of BRT-style service will look like? It’s called ART and it’s half bus and half train but since nobody else on this blog has heard of it let’s keep this a secret between the two of us.

      • Roads_Wide_Open

        ART will be coming to Boulder in the next few years.