Friday’s Headlines

  • Denver Streets Partnership’s Amazing Mobility Race aims to illuminate mobility issues to municipal candidates, helping create a sense of urgency on these transportation issues. (Denverite)
  • Polis’ move on federal ozone limits means that oil and gas companies will need to find ways to lower or offset their emissions. (Denverite)
  • A noisy start to established quiet zones on the A-Line has Denver neighbors fuming. (Denver Post)
  • More on the new transportation deal and its funding sources. (Denver Post) (Colorado Sun) (CPR)
  • Denver Public Works begins ambitious street paving season, resurfacing 510 miles of roads in and around downtown. (CBS 4)
  • A new project has been proposed to fill up yet another sad surface parking lot on Blake Street. It’s the small victories, people! (Denver Infill)
  • Speaking of surface parking lot redevelopments, the Rockies announce the name of the west lot development. (9 News) (BusinessDen)
  • A Denver Public Works garbage truck dumped smelly sludge onto a residential street and the whole thing was, of course, caught on camera. (Denver Post)
  • Boulder County’s Transportation Master Plan update seeks to use cyclists’ recommendations to create better multi-modal infrastructure. (Daily Camera)
  • Someone put a trip wire across a bike trail bridge in Colorado Springs, injuring two cyclists. (CBS 4) (Gazette)
  • CDOT’s North I-25 Express Lanes Project near Fort Collins will feature a bus stop in the middle of the interstate. (Coloradoan)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 7 a.m.: 64 Moderate. Yesterday: 54 Moderate.
  • National Headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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