Friday’s Headlines

At this neighborhood bikeway in Vancouver, bicycles can enter via the cutout, but cars can only exit. Photo: Payton Chung via Flickr

From Streetsblog

  • Denver will add 17 miles of new bike lanes this year. Here’s where. (Streetsblog Denver)

Other news

  • An RTD train hit and injured a pedestrian at the Broadway and I-25 station. (Denver Post)
  • With no rail line to Boulder expected before 2042, RTD is looking into a plan that would share freight tracks to get commuters there six times a day. But don’t expect to ride the rails to Boulder anytime soon. (CPR)
  • Denver Police have never ticketed people who ride scooters on sidewalks, but that could change. (5280)
  • Sloan’s Lake NIMBYs fight a proposed 16-story, 320-unit building with more affordable units than market rate. (Fox 31)
  • ExxonMobil will invest up to $100 million in a partnership with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden. The company hopes “to pursue new breakthroughs in low-emission energy technologies.” (Denver Post)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 6 a.m.: 30 Good. Yesterday’s max: 38 Good.
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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