Monday’s Headlines

  • Two dead, two children injured after three-vehicle crash in Boulder County. (Fox 31)
  • Adams County Sheriff’s deputy kills Eira Saenz Sandoval, 85, in head-on collision while responding to a call. (Fox 31)
  • RTD promised the G light rail line between Denver and Arvada/Wheat Ridge would open two years ago. As another deadline passed, no new date has been set. (Fox 31)
  • In Boulder, $427 million in Improvements to U.S. 36 have not been enough to fix impact of the 46,000 vehicles that bring 104,00 workers into the city every day. (Daily Camera)
  • Lyft and Uber drivers protest pay decreases after both companies try to cut massive losses around the their’ initial public offerings. (S.J. Mercury-News)
  • As Lyft issued its first stock, the company announced City Works, a plan to donate one percent of its profits “to make cities people-focused and not car-focused.” (Curbed)
  • R.I.D.E. carpooling app to ski resorts aims to reduce I-70 traffic. (Fox 31)
  • Gov. Polis’ “serious push to get Colorado compliant with federal air quality standards.” (Denver 7)
  • “No tiny home village in Globeville.” Neighborhood residents organizing to fight proposed homes for the homeless. (Denverite)
  • Oil and gas bill nearing final approval. (Colorado Sun)
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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