Friday’s Headlines

  • A Person Walking Was Hit by a Person Driving Yesterday in Co Springs, and the Only Coverage it Got Was a Tweet, and Being Listed in the Traffic Synopsis on the Gazette
  • Man Was Found Laying Unresponsive in the Road with Injuries, Later Died at the Hospital. Police Say They Are Unable to Provide Any Information (Denver7)
  • Decatur-Federal Station Reopened After Closures Yesterday Morning Due to Police Activity (DenPo)
  • After Voters Approved $937 Million in General Obligation Bonds in 2017, Project ‘Elevate Denver’ Commenced Yesterday- Which Will Fill in Missing Gaps in Sidewalk Infrastructure in Denver (Denverite)
  • That Bike Theft Headline from Yesterday May be a Bit Fishy. Same Owner Reported a Veeery Similar Incident in Florida in 2016 (DailyCamera)
  • The City is Selling 200 Parking Spots in the Cherry Creek Parking Garage Next to Whole Foods; Developer Wants to Build Apartments, Retail, Dining and a “European Plaza” (Denverite)
  • After Voters Decided to Get Rid of Them, Aurora’s Red Light Cameras are Coming Down – Even after Generating $2 Million (CBS4)
  • US 6 in Clear Creek Canyon Closed Next Week for Rock Slide Prevention Project (DenPo)
  • CDOT and the Colorado Avalanche Information Center Are Installing Avalanche Mitigation Pods Designed to Make Highways Safer. Plus The Pods Look Like Spaceships, So That’s Cool (CBS4)
  • Ski Train Takes its First Trip Today From Union Station to Winter Park (CBS4)

National headlines at Streetsblog USA