Thursday’s Headlines

Longmont Mini

The Longmont Mini, RTD’s first demonstration project, started service in 1972 with 16-passenger vehicles traveling two routes in Longmont. Photo: RTD.

From Streetsblog

  • RTD at 50: The 50 most fascinating facts and figures. (Streetsblog Denver)
  • As Uber and Lyft reduce need for parking, Denver could ease parking requirements, says new CU Denver study. (Streetsblog USA)

Other news

  • Driver hits and kills Colorado State Patrol Corporal Daniel Groves on I-76 as he assisted a stranded motorist during yesterday’s “bomb cyclone” blizzard. (Reuters)
  • A driver hit another trooper in Lakewood, sending him to hospital. (Denver Post)
  • After storm, RTD bus service operating at 90% this morning, but slowly. Rail service operating on schedule but expect delays. (RTD, Twitter)
  • Yes, you have to shovel your sidewalk in Denver. (Denver Post)
  • Tourists rely on RTD A-Line to get to DIA instead of braving dangerous blizzard conditions on roads. (CBS4)
  • Everything you want to know about snow plowing in Denver. (Westword)
  • Colorado taxes among lowest in country, says WalletHub study. (Colorado Politics)
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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