Tuesday’s Headlines

  • Denver City Council passes 20-year plan for growth. (Denverite) (Denver Post) (9 News)
  • After years of delays, G-Line to Arvada and Wheat Ridge will start service this week. (CBS4)
  • What should the future of the 16th Street Mall look like? (Denver 7)
  • People get grumpy about change: LED street light edition. (Denver 7)
  • Six of the best projects for Downtown economic growth and vitality earned awards, including Civic Center Station, Dairy Block and the 16th Street Mall Target. (Denver Post)
  • City hopes to buy land for a new park in University Hills. (CBS4)
  • Boulder Bikesmith is closing at the end of April. (Denver Post)
  • Opinion: Colorado Democrats are short-changing roads in state budget. (Complete Colorado)
  • Denver Air Quality Index:  6 a.m.: 34 Good. Yesterday: 46 Good.
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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