Thursday’s Headlines

  • A driver hit and seriously injured a bicyclist at Lincoln and E. 17th. (Denver Post)
  • A bill to ban red light cameras was introduced in the state legislature. (KRDO)
  • “RTD does a lot. But, for me, not enough,” writes new RTD director Vince Buzek. (Westminster Window)
  • A Texas developer plans to start construction on a transit-oriented development next year at the former Gates rubber factory. (Denverite)
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.
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  • deadindenver

    I’am speculating, but knowing Denver’s recent development history plus the new development that’s already been done with the former Gates property. That once again it will be apartments built atop massive parking garages, even though it will be an easy walk to a major light rail station. Doing nothing to help the metro area’s congestion problems.

    • TakeFive

      I’m sure you’re right. The lenders and investors still feel it’s important.

      They don’t won’t to limit their potential apartment tenants to only those who want to go where the light rail goes or conversely for prospective office and retail tenants and customers to be similarly limited.