Thursday’s Headlines

Runners on desire path

Two runners ran on a well-established desire path in Cheesman Park Tuesday evening. Photo: Andy Bosselman

From Streetsblog

  • Denver shouts ‘get off my lawn’ with obnoxious signs in Cheesman Park. (Streetsblog Denver)

Other news

  • Denver Police cleared Union Station’s underground Chestnut Pavilion after a suspicious package was found. (Patch)
  • CDOT is studying what could be done to improve I-25 in Central Denver, between 20th Street and Santa Fe Drive. (Denver7)
  • Tonight: Offer your thoughts on the I-25 options CDOT will present at a public meeting. (CDOT)
  • I-70 traffic congestion pushes people to make fewer ski trips. (Summit Daily)
  • Transportation and disability rights advocate Chris Hinds was elected to City Council (Denverite)
  • Companies moving to Denver want to be near public transit. (Bisnow)
  • Saturday’s Garth Brooks concert may be the biggest ticketed event in Broncos Stadium history. Officials are asking concertgoers to use public transportation. (Denver Post)
  • As Colorado pushes toward renewable energy, the electric grid can’t handle it. (CPR)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 6 a.m.: 49 Good. Yesterday’s max: 104 Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups.
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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