Tuesday’s Headlines

One of Car2Go's Mercedes cars. Photo: David Sachs
One of Car2Go's Mercedes cars. Photo: David Sachs

From Streetsblog

  • Car2Go is Car2Gone in five cities, including Denver. (Streetsblog USA)
  • An L.A. Metro project aims to improve public transit service for women. (Streetsblog LA)

Other news

  • Josue Salgado, 23, was identified as the motorcyclist killed Sunday after driving recklessly on I-70 near Golden. (CBS4)
  • An Arvada dad whose teenage son was struck by a hit-and-run driver while riding his bicycle to school has a message for drivers: slow down. (CBS4)
  • On-street murals, or “visual speed bumps,” near Park Hill Elementary School intend to slow down drivers where four cyclists were hit last year. (CBS4)
  • RTD’s commuter train drivers are making fewer mistakes and getting paid more. (CPR)
  • Walking and biking on Brighton Boulevard is better with new pedestrian and bike infrastructure. (Denverite)
  • More on the I-25 project in Central Denver. (Westword)
  • In the 1970s, Denver floated the idea of personal pods running on elevated tracks. (Denver7)
  • RTD will host telephone town halls for every district. (RTD)
  • Former Gov. Hickenlooper won’t attend a climate forum. (CPR, Westword)
  • Colorado’s energy future in the face of climate change discussed. (CPR Colorado Matters)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 6 a.m.: 28 Good. Yesterday’s max: 47 Good.
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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