Wednesday’s Headlines

From Streetsblog

  • Guest post: As Denver’s air quality gets worse and the city struggles to cut its dependency on cars, building more housing units in buildings that look like single-family homes could help the city tackle both problems. (Streetsblog Denver)

Other news

  • Distracted driving bill killed in the Colorado House Judiciary Committee in a 10-1 vote. (CBS 4)
  • When Denver used civic crowdfunding to raise funds for the Arapahoe St. protected bike lane, it helped engage the community and prevented “bikelash.” (Huron Daily)
  • Denver’s mayoral candidates on infrastructure. (5280)
  • As air quality declines, will new laws and the Polis administration improve the situation? (Colorado Independent)
  • DIA launches major overhaul. (ENR)
  • Colorado house passes bill that would ask voters to give up their TABOR taxpayer refunds. (Colorado Watchdog)
  • Denver Air Quality Index:  6 a.m.: 51 Moderate.Yesterday: 54 Moderate.
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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