Monday’s Headlines

Cars drive past one of two bus stops at Park Avenue West and Delgany.
Cars drive past one of two bus stops at Park Avenue West and Delgany.

From Streetsblog

  • “In Denver, the bus stops make me sad.” Often the city’s bus stops are ugly, dirty, badly maintained and dangerously close to highway-speed traffic. This is a quick tour of three unfortunate bus stops.  (Streetsblog Denver)

Other news

  • MAAD & CDOT partner to track how courts handle drunk driving cases. (9 News)
  • Denver will update its street design guidelines to be more friendly to pedestrians, cyclists and transit riders. (Denver7)
  • CDOT’s popular Bustang service can’t expand. Low wages fail to attract drivers, especially those who can test clean for marijuana. (Denver Post)
  • People who scoot walk less according to early data. (Denverite)
  • A new Denver bike map shows less-scary routes. (CPR)
  • More on Denver’s mediocre report card on traffic fatalities (Westword)
  • Police battle drivers who block highways for weekend racing. (Denver7)
  • Car2Go merging with BMW’s car sharing service. (Daily Hive)
  • “Mr. Money Mustache” planning a car-free and bicycle-friendly development for 50,000 between Longmont and Boulder called Cyclocroft. (Forbes)
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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  • Camera_Shy

    “People who scoot walk less…”

    People who take taxis walk less.
    People who ride the mall shuttle walk less.
    People who ride bikes walk less.

    What is the point?

    • TakeFive

      Get rid of all buses so people walk more? Not serious