Friday’s Headlines

  • A teenage boy on a motorbike crashed and was injured after a driver threw a cup out of an SUV and hit him in the face. (CBS4)
  • A man died after a shooting at RTD’s 40th and Colorado Park-n-Ride, which briefly shut down A Line service. (CBS4)
  • CDOT asked for community input around options to move more people through the I-25 corridor in Central Denver. (Fox 31)
  • How to plan your Bike to Work Day route. (CBS4)
  • Here are transit options to “survive the Garth Books traffic apocalypse” expected around his concert tomorrow. (Westword)
  • Salt Lake City is one of the few cities in North America where congestion is improving despite population growth, thanks in part to more bike lanes and better transit. (Tribune)
  • The Associated Press counts 11 electric scooter deaths since 2018 in the U.S., and many more serious injuries. (AP)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 6 a.m.: 51 Moderate. Yesterday’s max: 101 Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups.
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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