Wednesday’s Headlines

From Streetsblog

  •  Traffic Violence Report: Amid four more traffic fatalities, the cycling community will remember fallen bicycle riders and demonstrate for safer streets at three different events, including a candlelight vigil tonight. (Streetsblog Denver)

Other news

  • Daughter of Scott Hendrickson paints a ghost bike to remember her dad. (9 News)
  • Another ghost bike was placed at the corner where a truck killed Elizabeth Bounds last week. In the debate over adding a protected bike lane in the area, neighbor Terry Berkeley says, “I don’t think they need that protection.” (CBS4)
  • Video: Bounds’ death was acknowledged by Denver City Councilmen Chris Hinds and Paul Kashmann, who also raised the importance of protected bike lanes. (Denver 8 via YouTube)
  • Tonight’s Denver Cruiser Ride will bring awareness to cycling deaths. (Fox 31)
  • More on the bike, scooter and skateboard ban outside of Rockies Stadium. (CBS4)
  • The Colorado Bureau of Investigation expects to be flooded with DUI testing requests. (Colorado Sun)
  • Colorado will adopt California’s zero-emission program in 2023 through a deal with automakers that will avoid expected Trump administration rollbacks. (CNBC)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 5 a.m.: 51 Moderate. Yesterday’s max: 90 Moderate.
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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