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Note: If you missed out on donating on Colorado Gives Day, please consider Streetsblog Denver for your end-of-year giving. Through December 31, the Colorado Media Project will match your gift dollar-for-dollar. Give now.

Readers, Please Support Local Journalism on Colorado Gives Day! 

Give to Streetsblog Denver now and two challenge grants will boost your donation.

  • The Colorado Media Project will match your donation dollar-for-dollar through 12/31.
  • Colorado Gives Day will match a portion of your donation tomorrow — and you can schedule it now!

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As you know, Denver’s streets have become crowded, dangerous and uncivil.

It’s our mission to inform the movement for a more livable city through better walking, better biking and better transit. Since we launched almost five years ago, our nonprofit journalism has helped this city:

  • Start the conversation about VisionZero
  • Raise the profile of the issues we cover in local media
  • Ensure that safer streets and transit are priorities for city funding

Our all-volunteer board of directors and myself would like to ask you to make a tax-deductible donation now.

Thanks for considering,

Andy Bosselman
Editor & Executive Director

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Antiquated to Elevated: How Denver’s GO Bond Could Transform Citywide Mobility

Welcome to the new Streetsblog Denver series covering the Elevate Denver General Obligation bond. Every Tuesday, we’ll be looking at and dissecting different biking, walking, and transit upgrades across the city. We’ll explore the planning aspects behind key projects in addition to considering how these changes will affect the lives of people in the communities where they are located.