Thursday’s Headlines

  • Driver kills construction flagger east of Arvada. (9 News)
  • As more people die on Denver’s streets, city’s Vision Zero plan discussed at yesterday’s Denver Streets Congress. (Denver 7)
  • Bill to ban using cell phones while driving will be considered in state house again, it aims to cut distracted driving crashes (53,000 in Colorado between 2012 and 2015). (Denver 7)
  • CU grad students want to improve dangerous intersection near Washington High School on Leetsdale and South Monaco with $50,000 grant (Denver 7), and you can help them win if you re-tweet this video.
  • Better pedestrian walkways at construction sites could become city policy by April. (Denverite)
  • As Democrats take control of state house, “gangbusters” oil and gas industry could see more regulation of processing plants and pipelines. (Colorado Sun)
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.
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