Wednesday’s Headlines

Bystanders gather at the scene of a head-on bike crash on the Cherry Creek Trail. Photo: Andy Kenny, via Twitter

From Streetsblog

  • A horrible head-on bike crash injured two on the Cherry Creek Trail last night. (Streetsblog Denver via tweets by Denver Post reporter Andy Kenny)
  • Traffic Violence Report: Police ask drivers to use caution after two motorcycle deaths and one serious injury happened in two days. (Streetsblog Denver)

Other news

  • Jacob Coates, an 11-year-old Colorado Springs boy, died Saturday after an SUV driver hit him while he was riding an electric Razor scooter. (Gazette)
  • Denver police list Denver’s 10 most dangerous intersections. (Fox 31)
  • These Colorado bike shops put the focus on family cycling. (5280)
  • Metro State sociology teacher studies why more Denverites don’t ride bikes more. (MSU)
  • Denver ranks second among walkable cities. (Colorado Politics)
  • More on the November ballot measure that will decide if Denver should create a transportation department. (9 News)
  • Electric scooters and dockless bikes have provided more than 2 million rides in Denver. (Fox 31)
  • RTD can’t hire enough maintenance workers. (CPR)
  • RTD will host more meetings about quiet zones along the G and A lines. (
  • A crowd gathered to watch the Lego-like installation of a 49-unit modular apartment building on West Colfax. (Denverite)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 5 a.m.: 42 Good. Yesterday’s max: 51 Moderate.
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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